OK, so what’s going on here? The first thing that jumps out is the superficiality of the guys she’s describing. They have nice cars whose A/Cs they run with the drop-top down. He might be a cocaine dealer, she doesn’t care, so long as he has the right kind of build.
The gym rats in the video and the ice sculptures are all meant to convey the same thing. Ice queen, the kind of girl who will slap you just for looking at her. She’s not interested in anybody mackin’ on her. If you have what she wants, she’ll find you.
Someone tell him who the eff she is. She’s Nicki Minaj. Nicki Minaj is a brand, a tool used by Onika Tanya Maraj to help her better connect with her fans.
Who are those fans? Certainly not the fellas. The butt implants, the rhinoplasty, the boob job, she didn’t get those for the guys. Her fans are female. The outlandishness of her plastic surgery looks on the surface like it’s supposed to appeal to guys, but it’s not.
She looks incredibly weird, and that’s the point. It’s not accidental. She’s peacocking. She speaks to an entire generation of women who think they look weird, who are insecure about their looks. She went in the totally opposite direction than she would have if she were trying to appeal to guys. It’s aspirational. You too can be an ice queen, see guys as vehicles for money and status, it doesn’t matter how you look, because narcissism attracts one and all.
I don’t want to have sex with her, I want to give her a hug. Tell her it’ll all be alright.