Drake Brings Out Nicki Minaj in Paris (Video)

It was a Young Money reunion as Nicki Minaj joined Drake onstage in Paris on Sunday (March 12).

The Queen of the Barbz wowed fans at the “Boy Meets World Tour” stop at AccorHotels Arena, donning a shimmering trench coat over a revealing latex bodysuit. Coming out to “No Frauds,” she thanked Drake’s audience for their support while sharing love for her Young Money sibling.

“You know I love you, right?” she said. “For supporting my brother Drizzy Drake, I love you even more. He means the world to me and I want you guys to know that.”


Then, Nicki appeared to throw shade at the 6 God’s rival and her ex boyfriend, Meek Mill, even referencing his Dreamchasers imprint. “I just want to beg you guys to chase your dreams,” she said. “Don’t let anyone or anything get in your motherfuckin’ way. You are important. And if a ni**a don’t know how to treat you, he gotta get the fuck out your motherfuckin’ way. Fellas, are y’all treating these ladies right?”

Coming on the heels of her breakup from Meek, Nicki performed “Only” and added some more perceived shots at her ex. “Ladies, if you’re making your own money and you don’t need a man for nothing, I want to hear you scream tonight,” she said.

After Nicki’s performance of “Truffle Butter,” Drake joined her with some praise, calling her “the great one,” and giving her a hug and a kiss.

“It’s been way too long since I’ve had one of these,” he told the crowd.

Nicki’s ongoing social media feud with Drake’s artist PARTYNEXTDOOR didn’t seem to affect this reunion. Over the weekend, Nicki blasted PND for insinuating that he ghostwrote “Regret in Your Tears.”

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Recently, Nicki and Drake reunited on wax for “No Frauds,” Minaj’s Remy Ma response track. In the past, they’ve collaborated on a series of songs, including “Make Me Proud,” “Up All Night,” and “Moment 4 Life.”

Drake is continuing his Paris stay tonight and tomorrow. From there, he hits Cologne, London, Glasgow, and Amsterdam. In between, he’s set to drop More Life on March 18.