Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" video is here. And it's exactly what you expected. Big booties, a drooling Drake, and at least one colorful wig. Check it inside...
Nicki Minaj served up big booties on a scenic platter for her brand new "Anaconda" video. The visuals are her latest offering off her upcoming album The Pink Print.
While sampling Sir Mix-a-lot's "Baby Got Back", the Polow Da Don & Da Internz-produced track is all about girls showing off their big butts in the club And, as Nicki so eloquently puts it, "F**k them skinny bitches in the club, I wanna see all the big, fat, ass b*tches in the club."
Before twerking her enhanced ASSets all over Drake (who y'all know is quite thirsty in real life to get at Nicki), she incorporates elements of Sir Mix-a-lot's video from the dances to the huge signs.
Check out Nicki dip back into her pink wiggery and her stripper moves below:
K. Michelle, Zoe Kravitz and Dame Dash have been spotted throughout NYC. Also, Dawn Richard is carrying on after the recent Danity Kane split, hitting an event in Las Vegas. Find out what they were all up to inside…
K. Michelle got dressed in a fitted white dress and nude peep toe Valentino pumps before making her way to the Hot 97 studio yesterday. She chopped it up with radio hosts on Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning Show and she decided to address the issues she has with her former friend Elle Varner.
During the interview, K reveals the real reason she has a problem with her former homie. The “VSOP” singer and the “Cold Case” singer were under the same management and at one point were pretty close. But K. Michelle now says that's no longer the case. When asked if she was still cool with her seemingly bestie Elle, she blurted out, “No, absolutely not.”
So what's the REAL deal? K is mad because she claims Elle stole a song from her…her favorite song to be exact. K said her management didn’t let her release the record herself because it was too "big" for her…meaning they wanted her to keep her in a certain lane and that the song was too mainstream for her brand. She explained she played the record for Elle, and the next thing she knows, Elle later plays the same record back to her, using the same producers and everything.
She then revealed Elle started to try to dress and talk like her because she was still looking for her identity, wanting to be more sexy. Tank goodness the beef isn't over anything petty... *side eye*
Annother random K. quote -- “We don’t give a f*ck about that India Arie ass music."
Check it at the 8:08 mark:
Also in NYC...
Divergent star Zoe Kravitz was spotted taking a stroll in East Village today. The starlet is gearing up for the release of her new film, “Good Kill.” We spotted her on the set of her latest flick, decked out in her air pilot gear for her new role.
Zoe stars in the Air Force thriller with Ethan Hawke and "Mad Men" actress January Jones. Directed by Andrew Niccol, Ethan plays a pilot who questions his own ethical standing while operating drone attacks on the Taliban.
"Good Kill" is expected to hit the silver screen in 2015.
And last night...
Dame Dash was spotted in his B-Boy stance, styling in a fresh pair of J's in SoHo.
Looks like he was catching up with a few friends.
And in Las Vegas...
After the recent (and likely final) split of girl group Danity Kane, Dawn Richard seems to be carrying on with a smile.
The “Lemonade” singer hit up the Lust for Life booth last night as she hosted a meet and greet during the 2014 MAGIC market week at the Las Vegas Convention Center today.
The real life YBF chick we're loving at the moment is Mo'Ne Davis. Find out why inside...
A 13-year-old girl landing a Sports Illustrated cover doesn't happen everyday. But today, for the August 25th issue, it did. Mo'Ne Davis is the baseball phenom who has made history by becoming the first female in history to pitch at shut out game at the Little League World Series. And she's not just pitching, she's pitching 70-MPH fastballs!
Mo'Ne led her team, the Philadelphia Taney Dragons, to the Little League World Series as the only girl on the team. This past Friday in the first game of the Series, she pitched a 4-0 shut out game against Tennessee. And she's not too shabby at batting either. Her walk-up music: Beyonce's "Run the World (Girls)". Obviously.
As only the fourth American girl to ever make it to the World Series, she's been getting major pub all over the place. She told CBS News about "throwing like a girl":
“Throwing 70 miles an hour – that’s throwing like a girl.”
Yassss! How can we not love her?! She also knows how big of a deal this is and what it can lead to:
"Probably like a couple of years from now, there'll be a lot of girls here, and then it won't be just like all boys, so they'll have to build like another dorm for girls, so it'll be a huge impact if more girls start playing," she said.
Her coach and teammates revealed that you'll never see her fall apart on the mound. The commented that she has an unbreakable spirit and is about her business.
Oh, by the way. Baseball isn't even her primary sport. Chick is a beast at basketball...and that's actually her preference. She told SI:
“To be honest, I never thought I’d be famous for baseball,” she says. “I want to play basketball, and I could also do both basketball and baseball -- but I really want to play basketball.”