Nicki Minaj Says That "The Barbie" Dreams Only Rubbed 1 Wrong Person
She also remixed the song to include Stephen Colbert!
New York City, NY – Nicki Minaj made an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night (14 August) to talk about his new album, the Queen. During the 10-minute segment, she spilled a little tea on their personal reactions to the "Dreams of Barbie," the record that recently went viral.
"Only one person got a little irritated, but I explained to her how much he loves me and he understands now," she says, without naming any names. "He was sending text messages to me...it was a sort of combination between the curse of me and laughing at it," Minaj added, noting that she pacified him with crying face emojis.
There is a good chance that Nicki is referring to her ex-lover from Meek Mill, which was a trend on every social media platform in the song of the release, or Young Thug, who publicly responded to his inclusion on the track.
When asked how he would address Colbert — the host jokingly pointed out that it was not on the list of men she raps about — Minaj was quick to offer four bars of the top:
"I could fuck Stephen after the show, he could return to work with a magical glow ... but when you see us muthafucka please, don't look, just address me as a Queen, Nicki Colbert."
The song itself is a remake of the Notorious B. I. G. "Dreams", which later was released to the market with the name of "Just Playing (Dreams)." In the song, Biggie calls the list of women that he would do it and not have sex. In particular, he dissed Xscape, and then apologize.