After detailing her sex life on Ellen, Nicki Minaj elaborates on what she meant in new video for 'Barbie Dreams': Watch

The Hype Williams directed clip features muppet-like versions of some of the rappers that Minaj took aim at on the original 'Barbie Dreams' track.


                            After detailing her sex life on Ellen, Nicki Minaj elaborates on what she meant in new video for 'Barbie Dreams': Watch

Last week, Nicki Minaj was the guest on Ellen and she had some interesting facts to reveal about her sex life. During her tell-all interview with Ellen, the 'Anaconda' emcee revealed how she expects at least three performances a night from her partner. "If you have someone that you don’t see on a regular basis, it’s not like if you’re living with the person and you see them every night. But if you see them once or twice a week, then three times a night. When I see you, three times a night," the 35-year-old rapper said. “And if you can’t hang, goodbye. I'm not wasting my time," she added. 

 

That was just the tip of the iceberg. Minaj also revealed how she's not a fan of foreplay or cuddling afterward. "Once I get mine, if I feel really really great, leave me alone," she said. "Go away. Go and make me some food or a sandwich or something." She also made it absolutely clear that there has to be "no more than a half an hour between each thing".

Minaj's claims of "exercising" three times a session was echoed on the single 'Barbie Dreams' from her latest album 'Queen'. The track was a playful diss at many big names in the industry, as Minaj painstakingly detailed why all of them are not good enough to be in her league. She took frivolous jabs at the likes of Quavo, Drake, Meek Mill, DJ Khaled, Eminem, 50 Cent, Young Thug and more. 

"But if he can't f**k three times a night, peace / I tried to f**k 50 for a powerful hour / All the n***a wanna do is talk power for hours / Beat the pussy up make sure it's a K-O," Minaj raps on the track, which echoes her statements made on Ellen.

Now, Minaj has extended her commentary on the issue with a brand new music video for 'Barbie Dreams'.  The 5-minute clip, directed by Hype Williams, features furry, muppet-like versions of many of the rappers called out on the track. Through it all, Nicki sifts through a host of colorful wardrobe changes (and hairstyles too) as she takes shots at the muppet versions of the rappers. Watch the music video for 'Barbie Dreams' below: