Nicki Minaj makes Stephen Colbert blush in ‘Late Show’ rap

Nicki Minaj’s explicit rap makes Stephen Colbert blush
WATCH: Nicki Minaj made late night host Stephen Colbert blush with her R-rated rap describing how she would express interest in him.

WARNING: This story contains graphic language.

Nicki Minaj was a guest on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and during their conversation the host mentioned the rapper’s new song, Barbie Dreams.

“One of your songs, Barbie Dreams, is getting a lot of attention. This one’s getting a lot of attention for some of the famous men you call out. And you, in no uncertain terms, describe reasons why these men would not be able to, as the kids say, ‘get with you,'” Colbert said.

Drake, no, Drake, absolutely not. 50 Cent, no, Eminem, DJ Khaled, Meek Mill, but I notice that I’m not on the list of men. It’s pretty comprehensive … I’m just curious: If I were to make the list, how might you inform me?” Colbert said to Minaj. “What lines might you drop about me?”

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Minaj revealed how she would incorporate Colbert into the song. “I might f**k Stephen after the show/He gon’ come back to work with a magical glow,” she freestyled.

Colbert was blushing and buried his face in his hands and asked, “Are we still broadcasting?”

After a few moments, Minaj said,”I wasn’t done, Stephen!” and offered a second part to her freestyle.

She continued: “But when you see us please, f**king don’t stare/Just me address as Queen Nicki Colbert.”

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“Are you married?” the Chun-Li rapper asked Colbert.

“Why, yes. Yes, I am,” he said. “Yes, I am. I’m married.”

The rapper responded, “Shout out to her.”

“Absolutely. Shout out to you, darling,” Colbert said to the camera. “It’s all show business!”

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“Now is there, uh, is there a form … I don’t know where to go from here, actually. I just don’t know what to do,” Colbert confessed. “I just don’t want to pass this moment. I just want to linger here for so long.”

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“I know. It’s so good,” Minaj said while laughing. “It’s such a good moment. It feels right.”

Colbert asked Minaj whether she’d heard from any of the men she name-dropped in Barbie Dreams.

“I did get a call from one person. I’m not going to say who. It wasn’t Drake, it was someone else. Actually, two people on that list approached me about it,” Minaj revealed.

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She continued: “I’m not going to snitch on anyone! I’m not! I’m not telling you. Only one person so far got a little irritated, but then I explained to him how much I love him, and he understands now.”

“And then one person, he was just laughing. He was texting me, and it was kind of a mix between cursing me out and laughing at it,” the Anaconda rapper said. “I just kept putting the crying face emoji so that it can, like, you know, make things not as bad … I figured that would, like, pacify him. And it did.”

The pair moved the conversation on to Minaj’s appearance at the 2016 Time 100 Gala when she dedicated Anaconda to Joe Biden and U.S. President Donald Trump.

“You asked the crowd, ‘Which of those men likes the bigger butt?’” Colbert recounted. “Did you ever find out?”

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“I could only assume — but I’m guessing here — that it would be Biden, for obvious reasons,” Minaj answered.

“What is the obvious reason that Joe Biden likes big butts and he cannot lie?” Colbert asked. “Why is this?”

“Well, I mean, anytime a white person gets the pass that they can be invited to the cookout that means they probably like big butts. He’s permanently invited to the cookout because he showed love to our love Obama and they worked so well together. He also seems so genuine and I find that genuine men like big butts,” the Super Bass rapper told Colbert.

Watch part of Minaj’s appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in the video above.

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on Global.

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