Music video review – Anaconda: Thick and juicy

2014-08-26 18:45

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The booty-per-seond rate in Anaconda is high

The booty-per-second rate of Nicki Minaj’s new video for her single Anaconda is very, very high.

I mean, it’s an overflow of booty like you’ve never seen before. Oh, and Drake’s in it too.

Remember that Sir Mix-a-Lot track Baby Got Back from the early 90s? Well, Nicki Minaj has redone it, and she’s telling the world that if you don’t have a big err?...?anaconda, then don’t even try it with her.

There’s no one more brazen and sex positive than Nicki Minaj. She’s got (in her own words) a big, fat ass and she’s going to tell you about it.

She’s also tired of “skinny bitches”, to the point where she sings “F**k the skinny bitches, f**k the skinny bitches in the club / I wanna see all the big fat ass bitches in the motherf***ing club!”

Pottymouth, that one. Despite the fact that Nicki’s body positivity is a bit misplaced – bashing “skinny bitches” the same way “fat bitches” have been bashed for decades is not really the way to go – no one can say she doesn’t tell it exactly how she thinks it is.

I’m sure Anaconda is going to get a lot of hate. But you can see she’s gone out of her way to make the most absurd, tongue-in-cheek, unapologetic video she could muster.

Take it with a pinch of salt.

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