Not surprisingly, because, Nicki Minaj…. DUH!… the 32-year-old is flashing plenty of flesh, in a leather studded bra and matching teeny tiny mini-skirt. Adding to the dominatrix look, Minaj has her hair pulled back and up in a sleek and simple high ponytail.
Who really cares what Mill is wearing, because it’s all about Minaj, of course, but, just in case you're his mom or something, and actually give a fuck, the 28-year-old is clad in a checked shirt and jeans.
The shoot, which was photographed and directed by Ellen von Unwerth, is in black and white and gloriously moody and atmospheric—as well as pimped-up to the max.
The two are captured writhing around in the back of a limo, Minaj gazing lovingly into Mill’s eyes, making out and getting down, in addition to flashing wads and wads of cold hard cash—presumably Minaj’s, given Mill’s ever-increasingly disappearing career.
In the accompanying interview, Minaj and Mill discuss their well publicized Twitter feuds from back in July—Minaj’s VMAs Anaconda snub rant, which ended up turning nasty after Taylor Swift interjected herself into the frey—and Mill’s ongoing Drake beef.
Now, the most hilarious thing about it all, is that Mill refers to himself in third person….. Pretentious, moi?!!
“You know Meek Mill never regrets anything,” the Philadelphia rapper says, when asked if he regrets getting into it with Drizzy.
Ha ha! Good to know Mr Mill.
As Popdust previously reported, Mill managed to dig himself yet deeper into his career grave after throwing down against Drake.
It all kicked off after Mill accused Aubrey Graham AKA The Delicious Drizzy of not writing his own lyrics in a series of tweets, and it proceeded to go downhill from there accordingly:
Stop comparing drake to me too….He don’t write his own raps! That’s why he ain’t tweet my album [Dreams Worth More Than Money] because we found out!
The whole game know forreal they scared to tell the truth! I can’t wait to [see] these guys and sit back and act like they don’t know!
Don’t compare me to none of the cats that don’t write they own raps either…… Lol. Shall I continue about the rest of these dweebs in the game……. Lol
He ain’t even write that verse on my album and if I woulda knew I woulda took it off my album….. I don’t trick my fans! Lol
And it ain’t about no tweet he ain’t post my album and he on it because he know we found out! It’s so much to it lol
I pray the real live forever and all the fake get exposed!
Not surprisingly, Drake didn’t take it lying down—he shot straight back by releasing not one, but two, diss tracks slamming Mill—titled, Back to Back, and Charged Up—and, the bitching between the two ramped up yet further after Mill fired back with his own diss track, Wanna Know.
And so it went, back and forth, back and forth, right up till Mill issued an apology to Drake, by way of an open letter posted to his Instagram, which he subsequently deleted.
Meanwhile, Minaj comes across decidedly less pretentious and pompous when she discusses her tweet-fueled controversy.
“I'm very happy I tweeted about the VMAs, because Anaconda had too much of a cultural impact to not be up,” she says. “When these pop girls have a moment like that, they get nominated for every award, and they win it. And I was happy that people spoke out for me. People used their voices in the media to say this is true, and even Taylor Swift said, I didn't even realize there was a bigger picture, I missed it. We talked. We got over it.”
Later in the interview, Minaj and Mill talk about their relationship—with Nicki admitting it’s not easy to date her, but that she “really respects” that Mill “was willing to give it a try.”
“In the beginning he thought we could be in a relationship and I kept telling him no, I don't think he was ready, but he has a very strong mind and he was very convincing and persuasive,” Minaj says.
“You liked me… I didn't have to persuade you,” Mill interjects like the little bitch he is.
Pick up the October issue of GQ to read the whole interview.
The newly passed "BTS Law" allows K-pop stars to defer mandatory military service.
This week South Korea's National Assembly passed a law that is sure to have BTS ARMY cheering them on.
Generally speaking, all South Korean men are required to spend at least 18 months enlisted in the military, with the final cut-off for entry at age 28. But the new legislation — informally referred to as "The BTS Law" — will allow K-pop stars who meet certain requirements to defer until the age of 30.
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"I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot."
Academy Award-nominated actor Elliot Page has come out as transgender.
Page, known for his roles in films like Juno, Whip It, and Inception, announced his coming out in a social media post today. "Hi friends, I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot," he wrote. "I feel lucky to be writing this. To be here. To have arrived at this place in my life."
Every year, Spotify listeners win out over devotees to other streaming platforms when they unveil their Spotify Wrapped playlists — a data driven analysis of what the year sounded like.
And while this year's personal Spotify Wrapped summaries are still loading, Spotify just released their data for their most streamed global music and podcasts of the year.
Announced the week following the Grammy nominations, Spotify Wrapped feels like vindication for artists who were snubbed by the awards committee, like The Weeknd and Halsey.
The summary also analyzed trends of when and how people were listening to content, noting increased popularity in nostalgia-themed playlists and work-from-home-themed playlists. Spotify users were understandably playing music from home more, which even caused an uptick in streaming music from gaming consoles. Listeners also tuned obsessively into wellness podcasts like never before.
After months of on and off again speculation, Rihanna and A$AP Rocky seem to be dating.
Obviously, this is good news if it's true. Can you imagine? For the coordinating outfits alone, I need it.
There have been a ton of icky white rappers over the years, but these take the cake.
On this day in 1990, Vanilla Ice's "Under Pressure" reboot "Ice, Ice Baby" debuted at No. 1 in the UK, kickstarting a Billboard run that would soon carry over to the states and invigorate a fleeting love for Vanilla Ice and his whole...vibe.
Of course, we all know how it ends. Vanilla Ice's credibility and career unraveled as quickly as it began. "Ice Ice Baby" took on a satirical identity larger than its creator, all while Robert Van Wrinkle refused to pay royalties (or even give a shout-out) to Freddie Mercury and David Bowie despite liberally sampling the track's true creators. Ice instead tried to cultivate a hollow rap identity, one where he was a hardened former-gang member from Miami and not a middle-class teen from a Texas suburb. The chorus of the song then came under fire by a black fraternity, who accused Vanilla Ice of ripping off their fraternal chant ("ice ice baby/ too cold, too cold.")