Nicki Minaj and Kai Cenat have spent some time on Instagram Live together, and the raunchy conversation left the Young Money rapper flabbergasted.

Cenat, a popular Twitch streamer, spoke with Nicki on Wednesday (May 11) shortly after revealing on a recent stream that the Pinkprint rapper had texted him asking if she could “stop by” his studio.

“Nicki just text me! Aw fuck! Oh shit!” Kai screamed as he ran around his room. “Everybody shut the fuck up. Shut the fuck up! Shut up! Shut up! NICKI!”

He continued: “‘Hi Kai, where do you shoot your show? Are you in New York right now? Are things good with you and Twitch? … I definitely want to stop by.’”

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That highly-anticipated conversation covered a lot of ground, including sex, with Cenat telling the “Super Freaky Girl” hitmaker that he’s “a freak” between the sheets.

“I will do what I have to do to make sure she is pleased, you feel what I’m saying?” Cenat said as Nicki began to cheer in support. “Like, when it comes to that category, I’m there 100 percent.

“My dick is A1. My dick is phenomenal. You feel me? Like, when it comes to this shit, that’s why I feel when it comes to that category, a lot of girls think…’Yo, you a baby.’ I’m 21.”

Cenat then proceeded to show Nicki — as well as Brooke Bailey who was chilling with the Queens, New York lyricist — a few of his dance moves, which caused the ladies to cheer in approval.

Kai Cenat became the most-subscribed Twitch streamer of all time in February, raking in over 300,000 subscribers to his channel. The milestone prompted Drake to show support and tell Twitch that they need to pay Kai $50 million for the audience he brings to the platform.

“@twitch motivate the kids send him 50M,” Drizzy commented on Kai’s Instagram post.

Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj has been hard at work promoting her new song with Ice Spice, “Princess Diana (Remix),” which outsold the entire Top 25 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart combined.

Since the song’s release on April 14, it has been downloaded 77,000 times, which is the best sales week for any rap song since Nicki’s “Super Freaky Girl” in 2022. The single has also allowed Ice Spice to nab her first No. 1 Hot Rap Song after previously appearing on the chart four times.