OK, Nicki Minaj, we see you…
The Grammy winner makes quite an appearance in DNCE‘s music video for “Kissing Strangers” and we are here for it.
Now, of course, the rapper herself is featured in the upbeat track, but it’s safe to say that fans got an eyeful during the highly anticipated video.
Minaj and DNCE released the track in mid-April, to rave reviews, and have been teasing the video throughout the day on social media.
In the clip he teased before the full video was released, Minaj is seen grabbing him by the shirt collar before, well, we won’t spoil the whole thing for you.
Minaj is about to have a very busy week on her hands as she’s expected to perform at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on May 21.
What did you think of the “Kissing Strangers” music video? Weigh in below in our comments section!
Published at Fri, 12 May 2017 04:02:48 +0000
Want to know where your relationship really stands? Get on the kiss cam, of course.
As thousands of fans enjoyed the NBA playoffs Thursday night from the Toyota Center, a special stadium treat was gifted to attendees.
May we draw your attention to the big screen for the always unpredictable kiss cam.
When the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets weren’t competing on the court, the camera panned to the crowd for some serious XOXO lovin’.
As the camera zoomed in on one duo, the lady immediately began to laugh and shake her head.
Sure, sure, maybe she’s playing hard to get. As for the guy, he appeared totally down to share a smooch.
Unfortunately, after one too many seconds, the Rockets decided to pull a move greater than any basketball trick we’ve seen this season. It’s time to bust out the caution tape and declare this the friend zone.
While the viral clip stops soon after, we can’t help but acknowledge the final seconds. Is it just us, or is someone’s face getting as red as their T-shirt?
We’re not sure if we should blame the Rockets who could have just panned to a couple clearly displaying PDA. We’re not sure if our hearts should break for this innocent pair who were just trying to watch some basketball.
Regardless, the San Antonio Spurs ended up winning Game 6 of the NBA Conference Semifinals by a score of 114 to 75. Karma or coincidence? We’ll let you decide.
Published at Fri, 12 May 2017 03:21:00 +0000