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Nicki Minaj plays angel twice in a row! Has been aiding an Indian village for last 2 years
Barely a fortnight since Nicki Minaj broke Twitter for good by sponsoring a bunch of students' college education and relieving them of their student debt/loan, her Instagram account posted something several notches more admirable yesterday.

As if going on a Twitter charity binge wasn't enough to quietly cement her position as a celebrity with a heart as big as her rapping career, America's very own 'Colored Angel of Charity' revealed via her Instagram account that she's been helping an Indian village with resource building and infrastructural development for the last few years! And you thought celebrities drawing millions don't walk their talk.

Minaj, 34, associates with a number of charitable foundations and causes including Get Schooled Foundation, Red Cross, Save the Music Foundation, AIDS & HIV, At-Risk/Disadvantaged Youths, Children, Creative Arts, Disaster Relief, Education, Human Rights and Veteran/Service Member Support.

In her Insta-post she wrote, "This is the kind of thing that makes me feel the most proud. The money I've sent to this village in India for the last couple years [via my Pastor Lydia Sloley], has gotten them a Computer Center, a Tailoring Institute, a Reading Program and 2 WATER WELLS. We complain about the most ridiculous little things when some people don't even have clean water, Blessings to India. Our work is far from done. I'll tell you guys more about my charity work in the near future in case you'd like to be a part of it. Love," along with a few pictures.

She also posted a video on her Instagram handle while not once revealing the name of said village. "I'm so proud of our sisters in India. God is so good. Their desire was to have water wells and places where they can worship, places where they can learn technology, computers, reading, etc. We're just getting started. These women are us and we are them," read another post on the same internet-based photo-sharing app. Thanks to this generous singer, songwriter and rapper residents of this Indian village have access to clean water, basic education and technology today.

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