He is the king of queens and I'd like to think I am the queen of Queens," she said. Drake has been more than open about his longtime crush on Nicki, saying on more than one occasion that he'd definitely marry her if he had the chance. 😘 @partynextdoor @majorlazer 🏃🏾♀️⬆️ watch the lyric video on You Tube now!
#Nicki In PARIS hit the wheel so hard make it rotate 🦄 all my btchs get it, they make money all alone 👅 #Haider Ackermann show was flawless.
However, that isn’t stopping her from opening the 2017 Billboard Music Awards with a performance featuring Lil Wayne, David Guetta and Jason Derulo.
Billboard made the announcement via Twitter on Thursday (May 18) ahead of the awards ceremony, which takes place on Sunday (May 21). 🔥 She's bringing @davidguetta, @jasonderulo & @Lil Tunechi with her! #Minaj Medley pic.twitter.com/V75IWCIi7Z — Billboard Music Awards (@BBMAs) May 18, 2017 With these guests, Nicki will likely perform renditions of Guetta’s “Light Up My Body” with Weezy and Derulo’s “Swalla,” although it’s not known if they will perform the original track or its sultry remix.
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Drake just won the Top Billboard 200 Album award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on May 21, 2017. Thankfully, though, Drake must've seen Nicki's face and realized he royally screwed up.The Queens rapper broke Aretha Franklin’s record this year for the most Hot 100 singles ever earned by a woman.In March, she collected her 74th, 75th and 76th Hot 100 placements with her #3Packfrom Paris release, which featured the Remy Ma diss track “No Frauds.” Elsewhere in award season, the Boss Barbie is once again nominated for Best Female Hip Hop Artist at the BET Awards. Nicki made the surprising admission on "Ellen" Tuesday -- and the audience wasn't quite sure how to respond. (Sorry, it had to be done.)Nicki Minaj is seemingly dating rapper Nas, but don't jump to any conclusion: According to Nicki herself, things are very PG-rated between the two as she plans to remain celibate for the next year.