Nicki Minaj, Nip Slip


Wardrobe malfunctions be damned—the show must go on. 

Nicki Minaj gave fans an eyeful on Sunday when she performed at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada, as part of her Pinkprint Tour.

Wearing a very revealing bra top, the 32-year-old "Anaconda" rapper suffered a nip slip on stage before quickly grabbing her left breast with her hand. 

The "Super Bass" beauty appeared unfazed by the unexpected wardrobe malfunction and continued on without stopping the show. During her performance, she was joined by boyfriend Meek Mill for their collaboration on his  "All Eyes On You," and the two were seen sharing a passionate kiss on stage as Minaj lovingly embraced her man. 

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Nicki Minaj, Nip Slip, Meek Mill, Kiss


Nip slip aside, the concert seemingly went down without a hitch just two days after Minaj made headlines for her Friday performance in the Bay Area, where a number of physical alternations reportedly broke out among audience members. According to reports, Minaj stopped the show after she witnessed one fan get pepper sprayed.

Over the weekend, Minaj, who is no stranger to flaunting her enviable bod, also sent fans into a tizzy when she posted a twerk video to her Instagram page. 

"@meekmill I love how we spend our days off," she captioned the clip in which she's rocking a thong while twerking on top of her man. "Cheers to everyone living their lives and not being pressed." 

In an apparent response to her haters, Minaj replied to one fan on Twitter who wrote, "they always made so give them a reason to be more mad," to which she wrote, "That's what I always do. And if this makes the news I'll just laugh. I'm gonna keep doing wtf I want." 

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