I desire to Have S3x as much as possible – Nicki Minaj

In an interview with the publication, the nicki spoke on expanding her brand, working with Beyoncé, empowering women, her thoughts on Iggy Azalea, her desire to have s*x as much as possible, the provocative “Anaconda” video, and much more.
Read excerpt from the interview below :
On how she would like to spend her free time:
“Have s*x.”
On staying relevant and new album:
It’s corny when rappers feel like they’ve made it and they don’t have to prove themselves anymore. You should always be competing. You should always be trying to show that you’re the best. My album is going to be important to hip-hop.”
On Beyoncé:
There’s something about her work ethic that always made me feel like no matter how hard stuff gets, I’m not allowed to complain. Some women give me the feeling that where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
On Iggy Azalea:
When Just this past August, backstage at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), Azalea complimented Minaj on her performance — an effort, perhaps, at making nice after Minaj seemed to take a jab at her at the BET Awards in June, when, during her acceptance speech for best female hip-hop artist, Minaj made a pointed reference to how she writes her own records. Still, when an Azalea song comes over the studio’s stereo, a member of Minaj’s team quickly shuts it off.
On being a boss:
I’m on 15 to 25 conference calls every few days strategizing with my team. I think a lot of artists sit back and have it done for them. Sometimes as women in the industry—if you’re se-xy or like doing se-xy things—some people subconsciously negate your brain. They think you’re stupid.”
On what she learned from her mother:
My mother always had this attitude that she didn’t take no for an answer. So I guess that carried on to me.”
On American Idol:
Thank God I did that show. At least I was able to show my true self, speak and have a mind.”
On “Anaconda”:
Everything we see that’s labeled as beautiful is very skinny. In the song I kind of say, ‘F**k them skinny girls.’ But it’s all love. I consider myself a skinny girl. I went overboard with the video to show that I’m not going to hide. And those big-bo-oty dancers I have, they’re not going to hide. Black girls should feel se-xy, powerful, and important too.

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