Nicki Minaj talks about her favorite s:ᴇ:x position and doesn’t forget to mention 50 cents
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Nicki Minaj is set to release her brand new single ‘Do We Have A Problem’ with Lil Baby later tonight which will be accompanied by a music video.
The star rapper spoke to Headkrack & Lore’l on their Morning Hustle show recently about the delay in her rollout, future plans, favorite s:ᴇ:x positions and more. An initial clip was shared yesterday where Nicki spoke on almost collaborating with City Girls until she found out from social media that the two girls did not like her much. Nicki later tweeted that she has sorted out the issues with them.
In the full interview, Nicki talks about how her pregnancy and birth of her baby boy Papa Bear delayed the rollout of her new album, collaborating with Lil Baby, a possible big screen collaboration with good friend 50 Cent, backshots being the position when she conceived, how ladies need to be more open to s:ᴇ:x positions to make the experience more pleasure for them, why she doesn’t want to reveal the real name of her son, the delay behind the HBO documentary about her, and more.
Nicki Minaj Set for Collaboration With 50 Cent, Promises Four Additional Tracks From ‘Pink Friday 2’
Nicki Minaj Drops Hints for Surprise Collab on “Pink Friday 2” Follow-Up
Nicki Minaj’s latest album, “Pink Friday 2,” reverberates with resonating reviews. The Barbz, her devoted fan base, shower praise on the Queen of Rap for seamlessly intertwining introspective vulnerability in her lyrics with witty and, at times, audacious wordplay that captivates and entertains.
While Minaj gears up for her forthcoming tour following the album’s release, recent Twitter posts suggest that she has more surprises in store for her fans. Responding to a tweet spotlighting Complex’s two favorite tracks, “Beep Beep” and “Everybody” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, Minaj tantalizes fans with a hint of what’s to come. “Well wait ’til they hear Schfifty Schent verse on it next week. #GagCity, we here,” she posted, sparking anticipation and excitement among hip-hop enthusiasts.
Notably, this revelation marks her inaugural collaboration with the New Yorker, adding an extra layer of intrigue to “PF2,” which already boasts a much-appreciated song with J. Cole.
Despite 50 Cent extending birthday wishes on Saturday, Minaj’s focus remained on urging him to submit his work, prioritizing the artistic process over acknowledging kind words. In a promise that has fans buzzing with excitement, she announced four more songs, featuring collaborations with Keyshia Cole and Monica, with whom she recently went live. “Next week #GagCity welcomes a new edition every day beginning Monday or Tuesday,” Minaj revealed. “Every day until Friday, you’ll get an [additional] song that completes my fave body of work to date. 4 more songs.”
While 50 Cent’s musical output may not match the prolific pace of his earlier years, his name still commands attention. Having previously contributed to 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne’s “Welcome 2 Collegrove” LP, it appears he is poised to make a significant impact on Nicki Minaj’s forthcoming additions to the “Pink Friday 2” rollout. The synergy between these two powerhouse artists promises a musical feast for fans eager to delve deeper into the multifaceted world of “Pink Friday 2.”