Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj joke on the arrangement of the “No Frauds” music video.
Nicki Minaj’s new “No Frauds” music video debuted Wednesday on VEVO, where it’s as of now earned 6 million perspectives. Thursday, she posted outtakes of herself flexing on her brilliant royal position with Lil Wayne close by whining he’s “excessively old” for her amusements.
“Did you know you were marking the ruler of rap, nigga,” she asked Weezy. In the clasp, she wore her brilliant diadem and girdle, while her magnificent whites shone practically as much as her outfit.
“No, I didn’t know I was marking the ruler of rap nigga. I didn’t know I was marking the ruler of rap niggas,” he replied with more than an indication of mockery. He swung to the chief Benny Boom inquiring as to whether he could “get this show on the road.” She then gloated that “the best rapper alive marked” her, asking Boom and Lil Tunechi in the event that they “understood” what that implied.
“Those your genuine eyes,” then asked Wayne psyching Nicki out. She replied “yes” not understanding he was playing with her. Ellen DeGeneres, whom Nicki references in the music video, likewise trolled the Queens rapper via web-based networking media. She posted a photograph of herself sitting in Wayne’s position of authority with a gold crown on her make a beeline for Queen Nicki.
Look at the clever outtakes and Ellen’s trick down underneath.