NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – SEPTEMBER 12: Nicki Minaj accepts the Best Hip Hop award for “Super Freaky Girl onstage during the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards at Prudential Center on September 12, 2023 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images for MTV)

Nicki Minaj is adding a dash of humour to her upcoming Pink Friday 2 World Tour, and she’s eyeing none other than the “funniest man in show business,” Katt Williams, to join her on the road this spring.

During an Instagram Live session on Monday, Nicki reached out to her fans, the Barbz, seeking their help to catch Katt Williams’ attention and see if he’d be interested in joining her tour for the right price.

Acknowledging Williams’ busy schedule and renowned comedic talent, Nicki said, “I know that this is the busiest man in show business. I know that he’s rich. I know that he’s the funniest man in show business. Can y’all hit up Katt Williams and ask him what would be his price… to be a part of the Pink Friday 2 Gag City Tour?”

As of now, Williams hasn’t responded to Minaj’s proposal, and it seems like a long shot, given that the comedic icon is currently embarking on his own The Dark Matter Tour, scheduled through mid-May.

Meanwhile, Nicki will be concluding her North American tour dates before heading overseas for the European leg, extending her reign well into the summer.

Williams’ recent surge in popularity, sparked by his viral Club Shay Shay interview with NFL Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe, boasting around 60 million views on YouTube since its January release, has undoubtedly added to his allure.

While the full lineup of openers for Nicki’s tour remains undisclosed, Monica has confirmed her participation in the North American leg, expressing gratitude for the opportunity to perform in cities close to her heart.

Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday 2 sequel, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 228,000 total album units in its first week in December, sets the stage for her upcoming arena tour, slated to commence in Oakland, California, on March 1st.