There is no question about Nicki Minaj’s love for Jamaica and Jamaican music since the Trinidadian always makes an effort to praise the little Caribbean island.
Not only that, the Queen of Rap shows her love for Jamaican musicians time and time again by partnering with them to create infectious dancehall hits.
One of the dancehall veterans with whom she made music years ago is Beenie Man, legally named Moses Davis. The Simma deejay received more love from the Super Bass star when she got on a video showing off her dance moves to his 1998 song, Who Am I (Sim Simma).
While the music played in the background, Nicki sat posing and rubbing her body as she rocked a red and blue blouse and matching leggings. She quickly moved on to grooving and whining, clearly feeling the music. She ultimately stood, doing some more slow whining, and the video concluded just as she bent over.
Watch the video of Nicki Minaj below:
The video was reshared by Beenie Man, who wrote, “Wehh dem know bout dis Queen #QueenRadioLoud #1Queen @nickiminaj,” in the caption.
In reaction to the post that was made last night, one viewer said, “They know nothing UNCLEEEEE 🇯🇲 BEENIEEEE! Still blasting it TWENTY- SOMETHING YEARS LATER!” A second viewer wrote, “The queen a get mad with the king song 🔥🔥🔥🔥,” and a third stated, “One thing about Nicki, she loves him some beenie man. She adores you😆.”
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