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    Sentences forNylon (magazine)

    • In 2020, Nylon writer, Demicia Inman, credited Minaj for her influence which "stands as one of the most successful rappers of the millennium".Nicki Minaj-Wikipedia
    • Nylon suggested that the company had learned nothing from the repeated incidents and stated "we're tired of apologies after bad behavior. It's just not good enough."Victoria's Secret-Wikipedia
    • Syra Aburto, writing for Nylon, wrote that "like the product it's named after, [Lizzo's] latest project, Coconut Oil, is essential for healthy living."Lizzo-Wikipedia
    • On December 12, 2011, the band's song "One Foot" was available for instant streaming and free download on Nylon's website.Fun (band)-Wikipedia
    • She told Nylon magazine that social networking site Facebook and Google's development "by the CIA" was harmful to internet freedom.M.I.A. (rapper)-Wikipedia
    • They also purchased Nylon in June 2019, with the intention to publish print magazines under the Nylon brand name.Bustle (magazine)-Wikipedia

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