Nicki Minaj Debuts Sexy and Strange 'Only' Video Starring Drake, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne

by Jackie Willis 2:17 AM PST, December 12, 2014
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Nicki Minaj has done it again. After the wildly popular (and controversial) release of her "Anaconda" video, the 32-year-old rapper debuted her "Only" video on Friday morning, which features more sexual imagery and lots of strong language. You've been warned.

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Flaunting her cleavage and other assets in an S&M-like outfit, Minaj is joined by three hip-hop's of biggest names: Drake, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne.

Aside from the familiar faces, "Only" seems to be about Minaj holding hot guys (and a few girls) captive. The video begins with the rapper walking into a prison cell, slightly seducing a shirtless, chiseled man and then tying him back-to-back against another hot guy.

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This is all before Drake and Lil' Wayne start rapping about how they've never had sex with Minaj ...but they would.

Photo: Vevo

While this "Only" video is sexy and strange, the lyric video for the track caused a bit of controversy over some Nazi imagery featured in the footage. In a move uncharacteristic for the outspoken Minaj, she apologized if the video "offended anyone," yet she also claimed she didn't "come up with the concept."

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"The artist who made the lyric video for 'Only' was influenced by a cartoon on Cartoon Network called 'Metalocalypse' & Sin City," she tweeted. "Both the producer and person in charge of over seeing the lyric video (one of my best friends & videographer: A. Loucas), happen to be Jewish."

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"Only" appears on Minaj's Pinkprint album, which drops Dec. 15.