Nicki Minaj is one of hip hop's brightest stars and most interesting characters due to her eccentric style of music and fashion. So whenever she does a 1-on-1 interview, there's always a great selection of topics to speak on.

In a recent sit down with the UK Guardian, a thorough discussion commenced touching on a number of topics, including supporting African-American communities, being tougher than males, and the ever-lingering Lady Gaga comparisons.

When Nicki talked about being tougher than guys, she said "That's why I say stuff like, 'D*ck in your face', because I don't even wanna refer to female genitalia any more. I just feel I have bigger balls than the boys."

She then touched which genre her music fits into.

"I never only did rap. My first single was called Your Love, and it was a pop song. I did a song called Knockout with Lil Wayne about three years ago. Nobody said anything about that. Why? Because it didn't become huge like Starships. That's what irritates me. People always want to talk about who I was, but I've always been singing, always been experimenting with pop music. So the fact that it got huge one day, should I apologize for that? Should I apologize that Starships and Super Bass did well, and children like them, and Middle America can sing along? There's nothing wrong with that. I'm just broadening my fan base. I think everyone should enjoy music."

When the interviewer then said that a particular image of Minaj looked like Lady Gaga, Nicki was a bit uneasy in regards to the possible implication.

"You think that looks like Gaga? Absolutely not. I have no idea what you're talking about... Maybe little black kids shouldn't wear blond hair?"

Nicki recently spoke on not changing the lyrical content of her music.