Nicki Minaj Reigns Supreme with ‘No Frauds’ Video Feat. Lil Wayne & Drake

..In Queen Like Fashion

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Walking alone in the deserted streets of London, Minaj fearlessly flexes her muscles for her foes. “Aye yo, throw your wrist-es up, all my b—–s up / These n—-s is p—-ier than what? / All them d—s is up,” she begins her verse. Then, donning her crown, Minaj sits comfortably on her throne while spewing venom at her arch-nemesis, Remy Ma. “Tried to drop “Another One,” you was itchin’ to scrap / You exposed your ghostwriter, now you wish it was scrapped,” says Minaj.

The contentious video finds Minaj purposely throwing darts in hopes of demolishing Remy. Minaj delivers a low blow when she grabs former Love and Hip Hop star, Rah Ali, to make a cameo in the video. “Sheneneh, you a fraud committin’ perjury / I got before and after pictures of your surgery / Rah took you to her doc, but you don’t look like Rah / Left the operating table, still look like ‘Nah,” Nicki raps.To avid viewers of the show, Ali and Remy were close friends. According to Ali, her relationship with Remy crumbled behind the scenes. On Tuesday (April 18), Ali issued a statement regarding her alliance to Minaj. “I’m not working with Nicki out of spite or payback. Nicki and I were friendly long before the rap beef unfolded with Remy,” wrote Ali in an open letter to fans. “The inseparable bond that once was ended a long time ago,” Ali said regarding her friendship with Remy.  As the video leads in, we see a crowned Nicki donning an empress-caliber ensemble as she walks over to her “DeGeneres Queen” throne and sits pretty beside Young Money monarch and ongtime mentor Lil Wayne. Spitting through the hook and first verse of the single, Nicki is spotted in colorful, striking and picturesque scenery around the streets of London and even lands beside her Young Money co-star Drake in the Benny Boom-directed visual. Later, we’re reintroduced to the Queens native’s chair of royalty as Weezy offers his swift lyricism over the track

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