So a lot for that ‘retirement.’ Nicki Minaj, after her newest fiery version of ‘Queen Radio,’ teamed up with singer Karol G for ‘Tusa.’ The music video is a pink dream stuffed with unicorns, princess outfits and a huge mansion!

Let’s admit it: nobody actually believed that Nicki Minaj was going to keep retired. After saying she give up the rap sport, the brand new Mrs. Kenneth Petty has torched Wendy Williams on Queen Radio, teamed up with Ariana Grande and Normani to launch “Bad To You” (off the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack) and, now, spit some verses on Karol G’s new track. The 28-year-old Colombian celebrity launched “Tusa” on Nov. 7, which options Nicki flexing her multilingual abilities! At the start of her verse, Nicki sings in Spanish, “Pero diste todo este llanto por nada / Ahora soy una chica mala,” which interprets to “You cried for nothing / Since now I’m a bad girl,” per Genius. From there, the rapper launches right into a movement about how she’s “the baddest b**ch” you’ve ever met.

Nicki and Karol additionally teamed as much as translate the observe right into a music video! Complete with a renaissance-themed mansion and at one level, flying unicorns, Nicki and Karol tell us who the true queens are. Take away the magical palace, and their outfits alone conveyed that message. Nicki appeared like a goddess in a white robe and later, a princess dripping in pink flames and jewels. Karol channeled the same vibes in a white leopard pantsuit and a mesh pink co-ord from Dyspnea.

Judging by the tiara Nicki rocked within the video, she’s not but prepared to surrender her throne, regardless of her scary announcement. “I’ve decided to retire & have my family,” Nicki tweeted on Sept. 5. “I know you guys are happy now. To my fans, keep reppin me, do it til da death of me, [x] in the box – cuz aint nobody checkin’ me.” With that single tweet, the hearts of a billion Barbz have been busted into itty-bitty items, and the outcry of grief was so loud that Nicki finally needed to stroll again that “retirement” announcement. During a sitdown dialog with The Shade Room, Nicki revealed that when she mentioned “retire,” she didn’t actually imply, y’know, she’d truly retire.

“When I posted that retirement tweet, I knew that I still had music that I already had recorded that was still gonna come out,” she mentioned.”The retirement was speaking about my album, that means do I need to return and report my fifth album. That’s what I was speaking about. But I knew that, in fact, options… you recognize I at all times get requested to do options and I like options. So, it was actually in regards to the fifth album.”

“Nicki spoke too soon on a full retirement because she loves doing music way too much to retire,” a supply informed Hollywood EXCLUSIVELY on the time. “She is looking to take some time off, but to fully retire isn’t going to happen. Her fans should expect her to take a bit of a break but not to be completely finished making music.”

Since taking the break, she’s married Kenneth petty in secret. And it’s no secret that Nicki has some beef with Wendy Williams. “How can you interview a bunch of rappers, where all they talk about is shooting and killing, then continue to mention somebody who actually did that, who did their time and paid their debts to society?” requested Nicki in the course of the Nov. 1 episode of Queen Radio, whereas mentioning Wedny’s former husband, Kevin Hunter, and the way their marriage fell aside because of his dishonest.

“You sat up there being vicious all this time, and you probably paid for that man’s mistress for all these years, child, you paid for her shopping sprees, hotels, b**tch you probably paid for her delivery, ho. How you doin?”

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