Even after their short-lived Twitter marriage, Nicki Minaj and Drake remain great friends. Drizzy was a surprise guest at the New Orleans stop of the Lil Wayne-headlined I Am Still Music Tour, and MTV News caught up with Young Money's Bonnie & Clyde backstage.
Rather than tend to our questions, Drizzy and Nicki decided to interview each other. Drake started off slow with his questioning, asking Nicki about her "peak moment" onstage.
"You want to know what, Drizzy? I really love busting out from underneath the floor doing 'Roman's Revenge,' " Nicki told MTV News — er, Drake. "When I say, 'I'll kick that ho, punt!' When I say, 'Bitch, if you ain't sh---in' then get off the pot,' we really connect."
The "Best I Ever Had" rapper did his journalistic due diligence with his follow-up question, asking Nicki when we could expect new music, while adding that he thought it would be "really exciting."
"Well, you know, Drizzy, I have been keeping everything sort of stored inside of me," Nicki said. "So I'm just in complete tour mode. Yeah, I've been getting a lot of requests to do some features, but if I can't give myself wholeheartedly, I always pass. I definitely never want to be just doing too many features that they start getting watered-down and I'm not giving my whole, true self."
Nicki said she would focus on recording new material after she's finished with Britney Spears' upcoming Femme Fatale tour. One exception the "Moment 4 Life" MC will make to her limited recording is if any of her YMCMB crew come calling.
Drake then asked Nicki if she would be on his forthcoming sophomore album, Take Care, to which she playfully said she would pencil him in.
It was then Nicki's turn as interviewer, and her first question for Drake was what it was like to be back with his Young Money family after touring the U.K. earlier this year. "I truly enjoy these moments," Drake answered. "Especially being in New Orleans. Actually, New Orleans was the first place that I ever really realized that my music was getting out there. I remember walking outside the W [hotel], and there was a guy out there selling mixtapes and he had So Far Gone. I couldn't believe it. I wasn't even mad. You usually think you'll be mad when there's a bootlegger, but I was super excited."
Nicki then asked Drake about the beard-and-curly-hair look he's been rocking lately, and he revealed that it was for a film role. In January, it was reported that the former "Degrassi: The Next Generation" star was joining the cast of "Arbitrage," which is set to star Susan Sarandon and Al Pacino. However, Drake relayed that he has "decided to work on my album instead of doing that particular film."
Seems like Take Care may be arriving sooner than later.
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