[WATCH] Limpopo duo grabs Nicki Minaj's attention on Instagram

A video of two South African girls rapping to Nicki Minaj's 'Nobody' has gone viral and reached the superstar herself.

The learners are believed to be from Ramogabudi Secondary School in Mokopane, Limpopo.

Minaj shared the video on her Instagram page this week.

It has received more than 1.5 million views.

I got smthn inside of me that can't be quenched. I'm addicted to winning & I can't be benched. Go to war for every black queen that they lynched. And my pockets on chubby but they can't be pinched. 👊🏽 After they use you, then they abuse you. Then they get mad when they lose you. Excuse you?!?! U know the liar will accuse you! You know the Queen still reign, it's just business as usual! 🗣 anything I touch, I bless it. Track record so impressive. Opened the billboard awards w/a hit record. The devil thought he had me! But I rebuked him, got money, and I'm still a BADDIE😍 ~ Go listen to #Nobody ft @aliciakeys off @djkhaled new album. What country are these girls from? This rlly inspired me. Music transcends all borders. 🙏🏽 UPDATE: #SouthAfrica represent!!!!

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