Usher finally speaks on smacking Nicki Minaj’s bum at 2014 VMAs

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Usher expressed regret for hitting Nicki Minaj on the buttocks during their performance at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.

In a recent interview on The Breakfast Club radio show, the singer acknowledged that he may have crossed a line during their performance, where he was seen repeatedly bumping his head against the rapper’s behind while playing the bass on his knees.

“That was Jamaican culture. So you gotta go to Jamaica. That was just a moment that was fun,” Usher explained.

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The video resurfaced on social media, prompting Usher to reflect on his actions.

“By the way, it was me playing my bass, so I probably would’ve bumped my shoulder or my hand, but I had my bass in my hand and I was playing, so I kind of bopped off her body a little bit,” the OMG hitmaker continued. “If you go back and look at the video, you’ll understand because I did it there for the first time. That was a little bit of Jamaican culture.”

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“I think I was reaching a bit when I smacked her though, I shouldn’t have smacked her butt,” he told the hosts Charlamagne tha God and Jess Hilarious.

This incident came after Usher faced backlash for wrapping his arms around Alicia Keys during their Super Bowl Halftime Show performance of their song My Boo.

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“It was literally about having fun because of a song that me and Alicia made many years ago,” he insisted. “And we celebrate it because of the legacy of it. And no disrespect to anybody or anything.”

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