She's never been shy when it comes to discussing her bedroom antics.
And Nicki Minaj did just that when she detailed her 'exercising' requests on Ellen DeGeneres season 16 premiere episode on Tuesday.
Speaking to the host, the 35-year-old revealed she demanded sex three times a night with no cuddling after the deed was done.
'If you see them once or twice a week, then yeah, three times a night,' she said.
'When I see you, three times a night! And if you can't hang, goodbye. I'm not wasting my time.'
Nicki added that it also had to be more than half an hour 'between each thing'.
'I hate cuddling after,' she added regarding her intense regime.
'Once I get mine, if I feel really, really great, leave me alone! Go away. Go make me some food or a sandwich or something.'
A busy women with a hectic schedule, Nicki (real name: Onika Tanya Maraj) added she didn't have time to waste with too much foreplay.
'I do end up getting men who like to kiss a lot, and I like kissing a lot, but it's like, "okay...definitely get to it",' she said.
'Do your foreplay stuff, do what you have to do, and hurry up. I don't got time for all that.'
Nicki progressed to encourage the females in the audience to follow her rules and live in 2018 rather than 1920.
'Do me a favor ladies. Realize that this is about you feeling good too. This is not about him only feeling good,' she said.
'And I've found that the worse you make them feel, the better after, that they know how to do it better.'
Nicki is currently single after being in a 12, six and two-year-relationship.
'It's just when you have a number two album to someone who is selling shirts and merch and selling passes for a tour that's not even announced yet, it feels like you're being tricked,' she told Ellen.
'It feels like someone is playing a game and like beating you at a game opposed to just selling music.'
Nicki continued, 'He didn't have the number one album, Queen was the number one album and by the way, I lost out on 12 hours of sales in my first week because it was a secret album.'
The starlet said that she's 'the most grateful person in the world' in acknowledging that the dialogue over album sales was a good problem to have.
'I love being grateful and remembering that things can be worse. I started from nothing. I'm one of those people, I get it.'
She made clear she would be no one's pushover moving forward.
'I don't like being bullied and I don't like being taken advantage of, and sometimes people use scare tactics against you because especially as a black woman, people will call you angry or bitter,' she said. 'So now it's almost like we're not allowed to defend ourselves or stand up for ourselves, and I'm not going to have that.'
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