Nicki Minaj Teases Twerkin', Fried Chicken From Video Set

'Barbz, shld i twerk in the stupid hoe vid???' Minaj asks fans.

If Nicki Minaj's latest Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded track, "Stupid Hoe," seems off-the-wall, her fans should probably expect the video to be as well. And given the hints that the fierce MC has dropped on Twitter, something zany is definitely in store.

Over the course of the last few days, the singer has been keeping her Barbz and Kenz up-to-date on the video shoot, which will by all accounts feature multiple costume changes, multiple setups and even some fried chicken.

"Next shot is in a bathing suit and [hairstylist] terrence got me eating fried chkn and carrot cake!" she tweeted, later adding, "gettin my nailz done. still shootin the vid. 2 more looks!!!!" The rapper later posted a photo of her manicure, which featured animal prints and rainbow colors.

"Barbz, shld i twerk in the stupid hoe vid???" she asked. "but i 4got my twerkin moves ... dang." She may not end up twerkin' in the video, but as of Wednesday, she still had some work to do on the clip, so it seems anything could make the final cut.

"Stupid Hoe" will be the second video off of Minaj's February 14 release. Earlier this month, she teased the clip for "Roman Reloaded," the album's lead single.

"Well, [Roman] was there [in Moscow] secretly because [alter ego] Martha wanted him to go there, so they put him in this thing with monks and nuns; they were trying to rehabilitate him," Minaj explained. "But I can't tell exactly what happened, you'll just see it in the video format, but let's just say he got out of there." Minaj added that the video for "Roman in Moscow" "will be shot real soon."

Those aren't the only Minaj videos that fans are excited for. Her clip for Madonna's lead single, "Gimme All Your Luvin," had everyone buzzing when she tweeted about a kiss she shared with the Queen of Pop. While little is known about that video, a behind-the-scenes photo of Nicki donning red sunglasses and hanging out with M.I.A. on set hit the Web late Tuesday night.