Nicki Minaj's latest performance was one big wardrobe malfunction
At the Made in America festival
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Nicki Minaj gave the crowd quite the show at Jay-Z's Made in America festival, but it wasn't her lyrics that had audiences hypnotized. The entire set, the 'Barbie Dreams' rapper was wearing see-through nipple covers—and not much else.
Taking to social media after the show, Minaj addressed her nudity, saying, “They put on see thru pasties on me while heading to stage,” she tweeted. “I just KNEW they were my normal (non see through ones) chile… ummmm they were not!”
They put on see thru pasties on me while heading to stage. I just KNEW they were my normal (non see through ones) chile... ummmm they were not! ???? https://t.co/8m4Cxiqtzp— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) September 3, 2018
Realizing she was pretty much naked on stage, Minaj owned it like a true performer and told the audience, “You know what? Let’s go at it. They all saw my nipples at least 50 times tonight,” she said.
Minaj isn't a stranger to on-stage accidents. Flashback to the 2014 MTV VMAs when she had to hold her entire dress together during the performance.
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