Rapper Nicki Minaj was a featured performer at the star-studded TIME 100 gala on Tuesday night, and dedicated one of her best-known songs, the big booty anthem “Anaconda,” to both Vice President Joe Biden and GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.
The 33-year-old Pinkprint rapper, named one of the magazine’s top 100 most influential people of 2016, ran through a number of her hits including “The Crying Game,” “Truffle Butter” and “Feeling Myself” before briefly pausing her performance to make the unusual dedication.
“I’m very political and I would like to dedicate a song in the spirit of unity to Joe Biden and Donald Trump,” Minaj said, according to Time. At the conclusion of the song, the rapper added: “Who do you think likes the biggest butts? Donald Trump or Joe Biden? Trump?”
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The rapper also reportedly took a moment to praise the female attendees at the gala.
“If you don’t need a man to buy you a car or a house, make some motherf—king noise!” Minaj said.
“If you don’t know how to treat your woman, there are 100 dudes lined up ready to treat her like a queen,” she added, addressing the men in the room.
Other artists on Time magazine’s most influential list include Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar, Taraji P. Henson, Idris Elba and Charlize Theron, while Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and President Obama also made the cut.
See the rest of Time‘s 100 Most Influential People here.
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