Fabolous Speaks On Working With Nicki Minaj & Her “Anaconda” Single Artwork

July 30, 2014 by Danny M

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Fabolous Speaks On Working With Nicki Minaj & Her Anaconda Artwork

Fabolous chopped it up with MTV recently to give an update on who he has been working with on his upcoming Loso’s Way 2 album, which currently has no release date.

During the interview, Fab mentioned that he has got something in the works with Nicki Minaj for his project, as well as shared his views on Nicki‘s Anaconda” single artwork and the controversy around it.

You can watch the conversation in the video below!

“I reached back out to her as well when I was out in L.A., so we got something coming in the works too. I think it was a mixup that the record was me, Chris Brown, and Nicki, but it’s not. It’s two separate records.”

“There was no way of escaping that on your Instagram timeline. I thought it was cool. I thought it was her 2014 way of doing the Lil Kim… not saying she was trying to be Lil Kim, but when Kim did the pose, the hardcore pose, this is kinda like Nicki’s pose now that stirs it up.”

“I read somewhere that somebody was like she’s leading little girls. I think after the fact people look at it that deeply. But on the first take, it’s still on her on how she wants to portray herself, portray her music, and I think other people make those [judgements].”

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2 Responses to “Fabolous Speaks On Working With Nicki Minaj & Her “Anaconda” Single Artwork”

  1. Beautiful nightmare Says:

    Nicki can wear normal jeans and make them look hot

    Reply

  2. VforVandalism Says:

    Fab is washed up
    Give up nigga your done
    Hottest record was over 10 years ago
    Take your hi top fade 80s haircut and dissapear allready

    Reply

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