Check out the raunchy music video below for the remix of Ice Spice's "Princess Diana" song by Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice.
The Bronx rapper, 23, was called out by the Pinkprint rapper after she featured on the cover of Dazed magazine, which led to the remix of the tune "Like...?"
'The people's PRINCESS' is hilarious. Please catch it. Nicki then kept a journal. She responded to her in the comments by using Ice Spice's "Princess Diana" lyrics, which made the connection extremely appropriate.
In the song video, both rappers are decked up in all pink clothing while they engage in close physical contact in a Barbie-inspired bedroom. Following Ice Spice's slap on her rear earlier in the video, Nicki eventually grabs hold of the Bronx rapper's behind.
The newest song to receive a music video is "Princess Diana" from Ice Spice's debut EP. The "In Ha Mood" video by Spice was previously released in March.
Since making her YouTube debut last summer, Ice Spice has been on a tear. Aside from Nicki Minaj, NLE Choppa recently praised her, calling the musician "beautiful."
In an interview with The Jason Lee Show, Choppa stated, "Ice Spice beautiful, man," and added that Ice Spice's appeal was partly a result of her being "marketable." Lee then inquired as to whether Choppa had ever entered Spice's Direct Messages.
He said, "I don't text her any more. "She changed her number, which I like remotely. She does several significant acts.
For her part, Nicki Minaj just released a new song called "Red Ruby Da Sleeze," which she stated in a recent interview will not be the lead single off her upcoming Queen album sequel.
"Red Ruby (Da Sleeze)" When the song had its Stationhead app debut, she commented, "I dropped it as a tiny just something." "Because I know it's going to blow up on tour and on y'all. There is only rapping. However, I must release my official single for the record as part of the album. The album's unofficial lead single is not "Red Ruby."