Nicki Minaj to appear in Cartoon Network show Steven Universe

An animated version of the star will feature in an upcoming episode of the show

Nicki Minaj to appear in Cartoon Network show Steven Universe

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Nicki Minaj is to appear in an upcoming episode of Cartoon Network show Steven Universe, reports Billboard.

An animated version of the rapper will feature as a character called Sugilite, a hybrid of two of the show's existing characters, Garnet and Amethyst.

Minaj will appear in an episode called Coach Steven, which airs in the US on August 21. A scene from the episode premiered at Comic Con in San Diego yesterday (July 26). You can watch it at the bottom of the page, via TV Guide.

Meanwhile, Minaj recently shared the artwork for her new track 'Anaconda'. The song was produced by Polow Da Don and Da Internz and is reported to be premiering online tomorrow (July 28).

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