Nicki Minaj Doesn't Get All the 'Talk' About her Racy 'Anaconda' Video

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Nicki Minaj says she's tired of having to explain the meaning behind the racy video for her hit song, "Anaconda."

"I don't know what there is to really talk about," Minaj told the November issue of GQ. "I'm being serious. I just see the video as being a normal video."

Minaj refused to address the steamy lyrics or chorus of women showing off their rear ends that has the video burning up the Internet.

"I think the video is about what girls do. Girls love being with other girls, and when you go back to us being younger, we would have slumber parties and we'd be dancing with our friends," she said, denying any hidden meaning behind the song or video.

She said the character she plays in the video "is just talking about two guys that she dated in the past and what they're good at and what they bought her and what they said to her. It's just cheeky, like a funny story."

But Minaj does acknowledge that the video is also about power and control.

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She talks about a scene near the end that features a banana.

"I'm chopping up the banana. Did you realize that? At first I'm being sexual with the banana, and then it's like, 'Ha-ha, no,'?" she told GQ.

Then she flirts shamelessly in a scene with the rapper Drake, leaving him the minute he touches her.

"Yeah, that was important for us to show in the kitchen scene, because it's always about the female taking back the power," she said, "and if you want to be flirty and funny that's fine, but always keeping the power and the control in everything."

Back in August, Minaj told ABC News that she hoped the video would highlight curvy women again.

"I wanted to reinstate something," Minaj told ABC News. "Because of the shift in pop culture, even hip-hop men are really glorifying the less curvy body.

"I wanted to say, 'Hey ladies, you're beautiful,'" Minaj said. "Hopefully, this changes things and maybe it won't change things, but I love it."