Nicki Minaj has an empire to run, hit records to create and a fake pregnancy to laugh about, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have time to say a little something against elementary school bullying.
When her fifth grade teacher, Liz Smith-Breslin, posted a heartbreaking Instagram video with her son about the harassment he had experienced in school, Nicki shared an uplifting message for the young boy.
"Dear Quinn, from the moment I met you (yes, the day you ran away from me because my pink lipstick scared you), I just knew you were on the road to greatness!," she wrote before jokingly comparing him to Albert Einstein and Meryl Streep.
In the video, Quinn and his mother take turns holding up pieces of paper describing an incident in which they say bullies called him names and were physically intimidating — and revealed that Quinn was the one who had received detention.
"I'm so proud of you for being so brave," Nicki wrote for Quinn and her fans to read.
"Your mother changed my life as my fifth grade teacher and now I get to see her little Prince grow up and take on this world, head on! Anyone bullying you is simply just intimidated by your greatness and potential," she continued. "One day I'm going to buy a ticket and come and watch you acting on the big screen."
"Remain positive sweetheart, Aunty Nicki LOVESSSSS YOU!!!!!!!!," she concluded.
Bullies beware: Aunty Nicki is watching and is definitely not okay with your actions.