Nicki Minaj makes an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Thursday, May 10th and Ellen talks with Nicki about her explicit lyrics and her young fans. Plus, Nicki reveals where she sees herself in five years and is reunited with British youtube singing sensations, Sophia Grace and Rosie.
And don’t miss, Nicki’s exclusive performance of “ Right by My Side” and “Starships” from her new Cd, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.”
ON HOW SHE FEELS ABOUT EXPLICIT LYRICS AND HER YOUNG FANS:
Ellen: How do you feel about that…because you have youngfans like that and your lyrics are pretty explicit.
Ellen: How do you deal with that?
Nicki: You know what, I don’t really think I have to deal with it. I’m not their parents…I can only give advice and you guys know I always give my young little lady bugs my most precious advice. Which is to stay a child, don’t rush to grow up. You know the good thing about my album is we always make it in a clean version. I know your show doesn’t play curses.
Ellen: No, we don’t.
Nicki: They don’t have to worry about it. They watch you on “Ellen” and they get the good version.
Ellen: Exactly…and that you do a clean version as well.
ON HOW SHE SPENDS HER MONEY:
Ellen: Your career has really exploded. To come from really no money, right? You didn’t have money growing up?
Nicki: No. I did not.
Ellen: So to have a whole bunch of money now how has that affected you? How are you dealing with that?
Nicki: I don’t know. I’m still not like a big spender.
Ellen: No, what do you spend your money on?
Nicki: Only on other people, Yeah, I love buying other people stuff. Because when I buy my self something I feel like, I don’t really need this. You know, why am I getting it. I just bought my best friends Ranger Rovers. They’re really excited about that
Ellen: I consider us friends, I just want to say…
Nicki on where she sees herself in five years…
Ellen: Where will you be in five years?
Nicki: Maybe I’ll be having a baby.
Ellen: You think so.
Ellen: Do it here.
Nicki: I would love to give birth on your show.
Ellen: Do that… that’s the quote that’s going to go everywhere.
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