Nicki Minaj was a guest on last night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Discussing her new album Queen, Colbert brought up “Barbie Dreams,” in which Minaj calls out the likes of Drake, Meek Mill, and DJ Khaled. After noting that he isn’t mentioned in the song, the Bronx rapper launched into a freestyle about Colbert. “I might [bleep] Stephen after the show/He gon’ come back to work with a magical glow,” she began. After a few moments of the talk show host getting visibly flustered, she offered a second line – “But when you [bleep] please don’t stare/Just address me as Queen Nicki Colbert.” Check out the whole clip above.
Later on, Minaj talked about other men she referenced in “Barbie Dreams,” saying two of them spoke to her about their mentions on the track. Not naming any names, she explained, “Well, only one person so far got a little irritated. And then one person, he was just laughing.”
She later shared her thoughts on Joe Biden’s butt size preference, saying “I find that genuine men like big butts.” Colbert then attempted to rap to her Queen track “LLC,” with Minaj returning the favor by delivering a cut joke from Colbert’s Trump monologue.
Nicki Minaj released her fourth studio album Queen on Friday, featuring Ariana Grande, Lil Wayne, Eminem, The Weeknd, Future, Swae Lee, and many more. On the weekend she released the Nas-featuring “Sorry” and dropped the video for “Ganja Burn” yesterday, which you can revisit below.
In other music news, watch Wiz Khalifa and Swae Lee’s new music video for “Hopeless Romantic” right here.