Nicki Minaj Has Booty Implants?
It’s a pretty known fact that Nicki Minaj has had some type of work done to enhance her derriere, but photos from a recent performance at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn has fans wondering if the “Pink Print” rapper has booty implants.
Nicki was performing her bootylicious routine to “Anacodonda” when photogs caught an unflattering image of her booty cakes that appear to be malformed. The photos sparked chatter on social media from fans who think it looks like a booty implant straight out of a scene from “Botched.”
If you watched the performance, you too noticed that they barely kept the camera on Nicki, using zoomed-out shotsto hide the raunchy choreography. Nicki accused CBS networks of not appreciating art.
“My darlingz, I wish you could’ve seen the choreography on the 2nd verse of ANACONDA last night,” Nicki Minaj posted on Instagram. “It was absolutely divine. CBS decided not to show it. Had they told us this before, we would have changed the choreo so that you guys could see the full performance from beginning to end. They already had you tuned in tho. Artists spend so much of their own money, time and passion to deliver their fans great performances. But ultimately, our art usually falls into the hands of people who care nothing about our art and creativity. Promise you’ll get to see this new choreo soon. Love uuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!! 11.24 ~ The Pinkprint ”
What do you think?
In related news, Nicki was denied the to opportunity to speak at her old high school. “I wanted to go back to my HS and speak to the students but the new principal declined. No need for me to inspire them, I guess. Smh,” she tweeted. When asked by a fan if she was given an explanation, the Barb responded, “Not really…I guess I’m not good enough.” The “Bang Bang” rapper also retweeted several kind messages. “That school changed my life and I wanted to pay it forward to the students there now,” she tweeted. “I was really looking forward to it.”
We know the student body is up in arms, but the NYC Department of Education says in an official statement that they’re following the principal’s rules:
We do not allow reality TV to be filmed on school property. For documentaries, any visit to a public school must be educational in nature and cannot intrude on instruction, and the decision about whether we can accommodate visits from celebrities is entirely up to the Principal who manages the property.
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