Nicki Minaj likes being lusted after

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NICKI Minaj doesn't mind being lusted after by her fans.

The 'Pills N Potions' hitmaker admits she likes the idea of men looking at sexy pictures of her while they pleasure themselves.

She said: "I never really think about dudes doing that I guess, but I mean hey, if I can cause somebody some pleasure and not even be there then why not."

The Game, who was previously linked to Khloé Kardashian, recently revealed he had a crush on Nicki after she wrote on Twitter that she was "single n ready to mingle (sic)."

The rapper, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, posted a picture of her on Instagram, with the caption: "#WomanCrushWednesday @NickiMinaj wit this black hair can f**kin get it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (sic)"

And despite still being in a relationship with her boyfriend of 10-years, Safaree Samuels, Nicki was very flattered by The Game's comments.

She said: "Yeah, shout out to The Game, he's cool. I don't really know him that well."

The 31-year-old singer, who is gearing up to release her third album, 'The Pink Print,' is still "super excited" about her career following a stint as a judge on 'American Idol' and her first movie role in 'The Other Woman,' and has no plans to slow down until she has children.

Talking to presenters on 'The Breakfast Club' on New York radio station Power 105.1, she added: "I'm just that type of person, I'm not going to ever stop until I start having some babies."

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