Parents need to know that there are a few edgy lines that involve sex in this song along with brief profanty("S**t","d**k') but this song is actually much cleaner and more upbeat than some of minaj's other songs,this song also has a good message about not turning away from a good relationship,and there's even an edited version that takes out most of the profanty making this an OK choice for teens who like Nicki Minaj.
Messages:Positive 1/5 Though it gives an adult account of being in love,it does give a good message about not turning away from a relationship that's going very well.
Role Models:Positive 1/5 Minaj manages to avoid explict songwriting for this song by focusing more about what's important in a relationship,her counterpart Chris Brown recently did a duet with Rihanna.
Violence:0/5 Not an issue
Sex:2/5 A few sexually-laced lines "It ain't your spit game,it's your d**k game."
Language:3/5 Brief use of "S**t","P***y","d**k","b***h" and "d*mn".There is an edited version that takes out most of the profanty.
Consumerism:1/5 One mention of Lakers and Marc Jacobs.
Drinking,Drugs and Smoking:0/5 Not an issue
Is it any Good:Though Minaj is known for her rapping skills,she's on a whole other level when she let's her singing vocals out,which she delivers,add it with a cool R&B sound and strong vocals from Chris Brown and you got this being one of Minaj's better known song's.