Minaj launches attack on her enemy in the colorful music video, and postpones her new album from February to April.
Nicki Minaj has debuted a music video for one of her new singles, "Stupid Hoe". In the clip, the Young Money femcee is one foul-mouthed barbie. Wearing colorful makeups and wigs, she calls out her opponent while standing motionlessly with one of her feet folded back. She also taunts her enemy by cockily sitting behind the wheel of her hot pink car.
The vibrant music video, which is filled with frantic-changing scenes in some parts, comes from direction hands of Hype Williams. It's unleashed online, instead of on television "b/c its important that my art is not tampered with, or compromised prior to you viewing it for the 1st time," so the female rapper explains.
Soon after the video premiere, Minaj announces that she pushes back release date of her upcoming studio album "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded", where "Stupid Hoe" is confirmed to appear. "New Album Date: April 3rd. Pink Friday: ROMAN RELOADED. But have no fear. Tons of surprises before then ;). Love Always, HB," so she writes.
Minaj initially planned to release the album across the United States on Valentine's Day this year. She allegedly dissed Lil' Kim in the "Stupid Hoe". She raised such speculation through some fiery verses that read, "I'm Angelina [Jolie], you Jennifer [Aniston], come on b***h, you see where Brad [Pitt] at."
Aside from the alleged diss record, Minaj has also another single "Roman in Moscow", which has been released prior to the album. The "Super Bass" hitmaker channels her alter ego, Roman Zolanski, in the song, and is expected to premiere its accompanying music video sometime soon.
Nicki Minaj's "Stupid Hoe" music video