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Nicki Minaj Goes Full Dominatrix In New ‘Only’ Video

Nicki Minaj Goes Full Dominatrix In New ‘Only’ Video

Full dominatrix, how does she even do it!? Her rhymes are some of the most provocative hip-hop has to offer, and Nicki Minaj certainly hasn’t watered them down for Only going full dominatrix.

The rapper announces in the opening line that she hasn’t slept with Drake or Lil Wayne, who also feature on the track, before going into sexual detail and reestablishing herself as a ‘bad b***h’.

It seems apt then that her explicit new music video portrays Nicki as a dominatrix, flaunting her famous curves in black fish nets in a scene that could have been taken right out of the vampire movie Blade.

Onika emphasizes her chest with a push up black bra and in between whipping a riding crop she stares seductively at the camera from behind a lace masquerade mask in her underground sex dungeon.

A vampiric-looking Chris Brown’s face appears on screen, wearing colored contact lenses and grills as he sings the hook of the track.

ONLY – Nicki Minaj ft. Drake, Lil Wayne, and Chris Brown

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2871358/Nicki-Minaj-displays-dramatic-curves-dominatrix-S-M-themed-video-starring-Drake-Chris-Brown.html

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It seems that each year more femme fatale films femdom and Femdom imagery appear in hot video clips music. And we are not talking about the many Feminist themes within the music industry; nor are we merely talking about the numerous Femdom innuendos of smart women and not so bright men that this industry seems to be incorporating in scores of their clips; nor are we focusing on the countless social ways that women are being shown as superior to men, from business to politics; nor are we talking about the Cougar effect of portraying more and more older women dating younger men.
 
These themes have been discussed before inside the issues of Predominant.
 
Female singers have always celebrated the strong woman, be it Madonna, Rihanna, or Beyonce. However, it seems that in recent years, the definition of a strong woman has grown beyond merely a confident and aggressive woman. With the ever-increasing male desire for female power and female authority, The music industry does not shy away from portraying women as a Dominatrix, a woman that no longer seeks equality but rather seeks to dominate the inferior male species.

 

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