David Guetta And Nicki Minaj Fight Off Angry, Naked Robots In “Turn Me On”
Posted by Videoson 01/31/2012 at 9:54 AM
As we surmised from the short preview of David Guetta and Nicki Minaj’s “Turn Me On,” and the lingering effects from the song that can be felt across dance floors and gyms everywhere, Dr. Guetta spends his spare time creating robots who can appreciate a good beat. While he’s slaving away in his workshop, the real Nicki Minaj plays hero against his rebellious creations, who have suddenly taken issue with their leader and eventually reveal him to be one of their own—or at least a man who sports a full chainmail bodysuit underneath his skin. It’s all very strange, borrowing from a twisted version of Frankenstein that we definitely missed in high school. While these females don’t appear to be anatomically correct, there is a lot of doll nudity, which should make this video NSFW if that sort of thing offends you. Watch below.
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