Updated 01:51 AM EST, Thu, Nov 26, 2020

Nicki Minaj 'Only' Song Video: Bondage Sex, Drake, Chris Brown & Lil Wayne [Watch]

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The film adaptation of "50 Shades of Grey" won't be out for a few months, but it seems that Nicki Minaj has already started in on the bondage and kinky sex, and in a way that would make you hope you won't get STDs just by watching.

According to FishWrapper.com, Nicki's new single, titled "Only" made her the "filthiest, trashiest celebrity" today.

The video, which is chock-full of bondage, torture, and assaulted, bloodied men, is sexist, even for someone like Nicki. Also featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, and Drake, the song is definitely one to make you cringe.

The Rolling Stone reports that the video was directed by Hannah Lux Davis, and shows muscular men abducted and taken into a dominatrix lair, presumably, Nicki's.

It's not just the video that was racy: it was the song in itself, which is full-on a thorough discussion of sex and their sex lives, apparently. Drake even raps about Nicki in it, singing, "I never f--ked Nicki, 'cause she got a man/ But when that's over then I'm first in line."

Nicki also collaborated that fact in the song when she rapped, "Yo, I never f--ked Wayne, I never f--ked Drake / On my life, man, f--k's sake / If I did I menage with 'em and let 'em eat my a-- like a cupcake."

E! News also noted that it was not just the video and the song itself that's full-on gritty. Even Nicki's outfits are also a bit too barely-there. Sure, it showed off her abs and toned body, but it also exposed so much cleavage and booty; not that you'd expect anything else, of course. Other than that, Chris Brown's hoodie and wolf-eyes made him look creepy, reminding you of those days when he might have been getting a kick at hitting Rihanna.

The upside to the video (yes, there is one), is that it did not follow up with the lyric version that sparked a lot of controversy when it first appeared. When the Leni Riefenstahl video appeared, the Anti-Defamation League pounced at it, saying in a statement, "Nicki Minaj's new video disturbingly evokes Third Reich propaganda and constitutes a new low for pop culture's exploitation of Nazi symbolism."

While Nicki apologized for the offense, the director, Jeffrey Osborne refused to do so, saying, "First, I'm not apologizing for my work, nor will I dodge the immediate question. The flags, armbands, and gas mask (and perhaps my use of symmetry?) are all representative of Nazis."

Be it Nazism or sexism, Nicki might not be doing that well for this song. Let's hope things are better for the rest of the "The Pinkprint" album, which will be released on December 15th.

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