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