Nicki Minaj gets up close and personal with Lil Wayne in the music video for "High School," the latest single lifted from her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up album. In the Benny Boom-directed visual, the Young Money rapper and her boss Weezy heat up the screen with some intimate connections, almost lip locking in one scene. Minaj plays a drug king pin's lady, while Wayne pushes weight.
"Not only is he my boss, but he's also like my brother. It's very weird because I'm just used to Wayne making fun of me," Minaj revealed about working with Wayne so intimately. "But it's still like Wayne is still so sexy and so I texted Wayne and I was like, you're going to have all the chicks back on you, know what I'm saying? Because when this video comes out, he looks like art, he looks like a piece of art all tatted up, all sexy, black and beautiful."
Despite his lyrical content, Minaj insist that Wayne refused to cross the line. "He refused to touch me, he's so respectful, he refused to touch me," the petite bombshell revealed, complimenting her classy co-star as saying, "He's a southern gentlemen, which people don't realize," she says.