Nicki Minaj Explains What “Beez In The Trap” Means On The Graham Norton Show [Video]

April 21, 2012 by Danny M

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The Graham Norton Show aired last night on BBC1 in the UK, which included interviews with Nicki Minaj, John Bishop and Mark Ruffalo. I don’t normally watch this show, but of course I had to check it out this one time to see Nicki. I am glad I did though, because John Bishop had me in tears 😆

The full show was on for an hour, but you can watch the Minaj-only parts in the video above. The Young Money Barbie talks about deleting her Twitter account, her new album, the kiss with Madonna, how young she was when she knew she could rap, what “Beez In The Trap” actually means, the nictionary, balloon boy, how she keeps fit, and more.

In related news, hit the jump to watch some footage of Nicki Minaj arriving to her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded album signing session at Whiteley’s Shopping Mall in London, England on April 19th.

Click here to view some photos of Nicki at the album signing session!

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6 Responses to “Nicki Minaj Explains What “Beez In The Trap” Means On The Graham Norton Show [Video]”

  1. Mrs Says:

    Sweet you’


  2. LIL Z Says:



  3. safe Says:

    made me laugh when all her “barbs” started singing along in audience.


  4. Steedy Says:

    @Danny M
    The home page of youngmoneyhq has the video for Drake’s Fall on stage and Nicki’s Westwood Interview switched. hope you didn’t do it on purpose lol


  5. ♥Nicki♥ Says:

    OMG THAT WAS THE BEST AUDIENCE EVER I WISH I WAS THERE LOL!!! This video make me laugh so much!

    ♥ you Nicki!


  6. pink friday Says:

    after all whats the meaning of B in da Trap in short i didn twach the vid :))


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