Nicki Minaj adds Stephen Colbert lyrics to ‘Barbie Dreams’

Deanna Kelley
August 14, 2018

Though much was made about the lyrical content itself, Nicki appeared rejuvenated, coming through with a welcome blend of energy and charisma; in short, a performance befitting a Queen.

Nicki Minaj is busy doing press runs for her latest album Queen, which dropped last Friday, but she had a couple minutes to drag DJ Self. But I noticed I'm not on the list of men... It's a pretty comprehensive list, if I were to make the list, how might you inform me?' Colbert asked.

While Colbert may have tried to put Minaj on the spot for a laugh, the rapper quickly turned the tables with an impromptu set of lyrics that left the talk show host hilariously flustered. "I might f**k Stephen after the show / He gon' come back to work with a magical glow", she freestyled to a blushing Colbert, who covered his face and asked, "Are we still broadcasting?"

When the applause died down Minaj continued rapping, "But when you see us please (indistinguishable curse words) don't stare, just address me as Queen Nicki Colbert".

He then asked if any of her targets had reached out to her about their roasting.

"It's all downhill from here", Colbert said.

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"Wha? Uh. why? I, I, yeah", he stuttered, inelegantly.

The 35-year-old rapper visited the CBS chat show taped in New York City to promote her new album Queen.

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"It wasn't Drake, it was someone else", Minaj said, refusing to name names.

"Why, yes. Yes, I am", he said after a beat.

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