With his new “Big Booty” anthem gaining steady attention, Atlanta rapper Ca$h Out recently discussed a potential “Big Booty Olympics” and what two entertainers would likely compete for the gold medal.
Without hesitation, Ca$h said the battle of the rumps would go down to Young Money’s Nicki Minaj and tennis superstar Serena Williams.
“Serena, whoo, Nicki,” Ca$h Out said when asked for his prediction on a big booty-based Olympics. “I think Nicki would still take it. Nicki or Serena. I love Serena. So I think out of them two, it would be a great competition. … [Cashing out or having a girl with a big booty, which would I go with?] Ah man, cashing out. Booty’s gonna come.” (Hip Hollywood)
Late last year, G.O.O.D. Music’s Big Sean publicly applauded Minaj’s rear.
“You know Nicki Minaj was there too,” Sean told DJ Whoo Kid referring to a recent secret Victoria’s Secret showcase. “[What am I trying to say?] Nothing, I’m just saying. [laughs] She looks great, man. She looks very good. Big ups to her. [Would I kiss her a** under a mistletoe?] Man, I would kiss it if it wasn’t under a mistletoe. [laughs] I would kiss it in the shower. Yeah.” (Radio Planet TV)
Sean also talked to SOHH about why Nicki fit the bill for his “Dance (A$$)” remix.
“I hit her up and she said she loved that song and she listened to it all the time with her tour dancers. Two days after I asked her, she killed it, sent it back and told me she wanted to shoot the video for it. When she came on the set, I was like, “Man she is fine as sh*t.” D*mn, she look good. There was alotta chemistry, right? [laughs] H*ll yeah. We go together good. That’s my favorite video strictly because of her.” (SOHH)
Earlier this month, Serena Williams won a singles gold medal at the London Olympics.
Serena Williams became only the second woman to complete a career Golden Slam when she won her first Olympic singles gold medal Saturday by beating Maria Sharapova 6-0, 6-1. The victory completed a remarkable run of domination by the No. 4-seeded Williams, who lost only 17 games in her six matches. She went 13-0 this summer at the All England Club, where she won her fifth Wimbledon title a month ago. The career Golden Slam was first achieved by Steffi Graf, who did it when she won at the Olympics in 1988 after sweeping all four major titles. Williams can add the gold medal to her 14 Grand Slam singles championships, the most of any active woman. (8 News Now)
Check out Ca$h Out’s interview below: