Pam Rodriguez

Pam Rodriguez has a little dork in her. Still, after combining her love of comic books and nudity with pamrodriguez.com, the mild-mannered Puerto Rican–and–Guatemalan mix-up is super in our book. “I wanted my site to have a comic theme because I love comic books,” the 25-year-old explains. “[My fans] love my heroine roles.”

Pretending to be Wonder Woman and Poison Ivy in harrowing situations, like being locked behind bars, will get comic geeks’ spidey senses tingling—we get it. But the petite Los Angeles–born beauty with the 34C-22-37 curves hopes the Web design (complete with starbursts, text boxes and quote bubbles) and members’ area—which includes candid galleries, a personal diary and footage of her photo shoots in high-definition—will get equal attention. “I want them to feel exclusive,” the Cal State graduate says of her members. “Once they join, I want them to feel like my VIPs.”

And what’s most important to Ms. Rodriguez is revealing her inner superhero to her public. “Her name is Pammy 69, an agent solving mysteries and being a sex adviser on how to please a woman,” she laughs. “I also show my naughty side by hypnotizing my enemies with my 69 pose.” ’Nuff said.

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Nicki Minaj

Niki Minaj is the first lady of Lil Wayne’s Young Money and she recently won Best Female in the Underground Music Awards. People get caught up in the fact that she’s pretty and sometimes hypersexualized, not realizing that she is very talented. Homegirl can spit, but she also studied drama at New York’s F.H. LaGuardia H.S. aka “The Fame School” (also my alma mater). Understand the talent that is about to be unleashed!

I’ve been disappointed with the way people have been interviewing her. OK, let’s say, the way men have been interviewing her. Every Minaj interview so far involves the interviewer shamelessly flirting or making lame sexual innuendos, which of course she plays along with because that’s a part of the game. But it shows that female emcees still aren’t taken seriously. As a journalist who primarily focuses on hip-hop, and a woman who is a hip-hop head, that’s frustrating. I want to see a real Nicki Minaj interview. I’m not knocking the flirting and sex talk, but it’s been done before, find a different angle (or at least, be creative about it). Plus, I think she has a better story than that. However, in any event, I wish her much success as this isn’t about the journalists (just a side rant).

She has recently released a new song called “Still I Rise” that you can download here. (Courtesy Jobari Johnson of hiphopgame.com)

http://www.myspace.com/nickiminaj

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