Nicki Minaj Promises Man Bits On Her Upcoming Tour

Nicki Minaj has had quite the year. Currently in the U.K. on her Reloaded Tour she sat down with London DJ Tim Westwood and her U.K. Barbz for a Q&A session. While Nicki took questions from both Westwood and her fans one answer in particular caused the room to pay attention.

When asked if she’s given any thought to her next tour Nicki said she thinks it will be “a natural progression.”

“I don’t even know yet because I’m still in the Reloaded Tour mode. Maybe we’ll have some flying penises. Imagine we just have little penises flying through the air,” she said. “I don’t know you guys. It’s funny because I was actually thinking about that today, thinking about how we can build the third tour and make it even more amazing but we don’t know yet.”

While Nicki isn’t quite sure what her next tour will entail, she did reveal what she likes most about performing: when she can see her fans faces and make that connection.

With a new album and videos on the way Nicki admitted she may also release a DVD of her current tour and of course she’ll be on American Idol. Also, expect a clothing line from the self-proclaimed t-shirt and panties girl. She says it is “going to be so so freaking cute, you guys are going to love it.”

So what’s been the proudest moment of her career?

“Meeting the Barbz because all of this stuff comes and goes but a genuine relationship lasts forever,” she said. “I think it’s crazy how we’ve been able to have a bond in the midst of everything that ever has gone on in my career our bond and relationship has remained the same. Without a question that’s my proudest moment.”

-Annie Reuter, CBS Local

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