Nicki Minaj dedicated her controversial 2014 hit "Anaconda" to Donald Trump and Joe Biden during a performance at the Time 100 gala on April 26.
According to E! News, Nicki gave shout outs to the presidential hopeful and the Vice President of the United States before performing the song during the event, after which Minaj asked the crowd "Do you think they like that song? Who do you think likes the biggest butts, Donald Trump or Joe Biden?"
The site also revealed that Nicki began the track, which features lyrics like "Real country a** n****, let me play with his rifle/P**** put his a** to sleep, now he calling me NyQuil," by telling the crowd that she is actually "very political."
Nicki then changed-up the lyrics of the song to include the two politician's names, including Trump in the first verse of the rap and then Biden in the second, though Donald unfortunately missed Minaj's set after leaving the event early with wife Melania.
But while Donald Trump may not have caught Nicki's dedication, earlier in the night, Trump had a pretty interesting response when asked by Access Hollywood if he was a Nicki Minaj fan while walking the red carpet at the annual Time event.After admitting that he didn't know who was on the bill to perform during the celebration, Trump was then informed that both Nicki and Ariana Grande were set to sing, to which he confessed that he actually thinks that both Minaj and Grande are "terrific."
Nicki Minaj seemed pretty taken aback when Access Hollywood's correspondent, Scott Evans, broke the news to her, revealing that she was pretty surprised by her new fan and asking "Donald Trump? Really?"
While Nicki may not have known that she has a fan in Donald Trump, Minaj previously spoke out about Donald in an interview with Billboard in October, 2015, where she called his presidential run "childish" and him "hilarious."
"There are points he has made that may not have been so horrible if his approach wasn't so childish," Nicki told the magazine last year, "But in terms of entertainment, I think he's hilarious. I wish they could just film him running for president. That's the ultimate reality show."
"Am I convinced that she should be the next president? I still want to be open-minded about everyone," Minaj said at the time. "Obviously, I identify with her struggles as a woman. I identify with the fact that when she's in that room and there are nothing but men there -- there's sometimes something in her that must feel intimidated."
"I think that she uses that and turns it into a strength, because that's what I've always done," Nicki Minaj continued of Clinton. "I love her for sticking it out. She has gone through horrifying things, even within her marriage. She has been brave and weathered the storm and continued being a boss," Nicki said, "That's something that every woman should feel inspired by, no matter if you're voting for her or not."
What do you think of Nicki Minaj's unique song dedication to Donald Trump and Joe Biden at the Time 100 gala?
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