News: Nicki Minaj Wants A Boss, "I Like For The Boy To Take Control" [Video]
Tuesday, Dec 14, 2010 4:35PM
Young Money rapstress Nicki Minaj appeared on comedian Chelsea Handler's late night talk show last night and details the secrets to seducing her.
Admitting to being intrigued by "bosses," Minaj discussed controlling her ego in her relationships.
"It's like your natural instinct is to be bossy, but then you really can't be like that with your boyfriend all the time, you know," Minaj explained to television host Chelsea Handler. "I'm the total opposite in relationships. Like, I like for the boy to take control when we are [in bed.] It's so different in real life. But when you're with a boy, I want to feel like you can be a boss if you want to be, but you let me be the boss in real life, in public. It's weird because him being a boss would turn me on but at the end of the day when it was time to really make it long-term, it would be too many egos clashing. You know what I mean? It's true." ("Chelsea Lately")
Last September, Minaj imagined having a beach wedding with a dream lover.
The 26-year-old MC planned out her next 20 years in VIBE's Juice issue, revealing that she'll be ready to settle down in 15 years. "I want the beach wedding," Minaj said. "Everything would be white and soft pink. I hate red!" She continues: "I'd be wearing a strapless dress, gripping around the waist, with a never-ending train. No shoes, just my feet in the sand." As for guests, there's room for little Barbies and a special performer not in Lil Wayne's crew. "[I'd] have five little flower girls dressed in Hawaiian straw skirts," Minaj says. "Then Beyoncé would sing 'Smash Into You' and I'd cry like, 'Oh God.'" (VIBE)
The rapper also discussed feeling obligated to behaving in a "proper" manner this year.
Minaj definitely has a lot to say about the politics of being a woman in the 21st-century music biz. "Everybody knows I can go out and pick a dude and date him," she says. "But I want to do what people think I can't do, which is have the #1 album in the country and be the first female rapper to sell records like dudes in this day and age." After taking some heat for identifying with one of the best-selling, and most disproportioned, toys in history--she ends phone calls with a screeched "It's Barbie, b*tch!" -- she was accused of being plastic. "It's interesting that people have more negative things to say about me saying 'I'm Barbie' than me saying 'I'm a bad b*tch,' " she says, getting a bit heated. "So you can call yourself a female dog because that's cool in our community. But if you call yourself a Barbie, that's fake." The criticism didn't just irk her; it inspired her. "Once I figure something is irritating people, I'm going to do it more," she says, smiling, "because I like to get on your nerves until you realize how f*cking stupid you are." (Out)
Last month, the "Barbie" admitted to being in love with success.
"I'm in love with my music; I'm in love with Pink Friday. I'm married to Benjamin Franklin. That's all I care about. That's what I tell my Barbz and my Ken Barbz. Don't chase these boys and all that stuff, go to school, go to college, don't depend on anybody. Don't be having babies. Do your thing." ("Wendy Williams Show")
Check out Nicki Minaj's interview down below: