Nicki Minaj Good Morning America

August 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Nicki Minaj Good Morning AmericaNicki Minaj Good Morning America, Nicki Minaj gave the fans more than they expected when a wardrobe malfunction that your nipple loose during a “Good Morning America” ??performance at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park.

The singer, 28 years old, appeared on GMA Friday’s concert series with a blonde wig, pants graphic print skirt umbrella and a tank top tight skin. In her song “Where Dem Girls of cases,” changed the top and left nipple became as famous as her.

Minaj seemed surprised when the slide occurred, but her jersey retired and went back to the performance, singing hits like “Moment 4 Life” and “Super Bass”.

His chest was visible to viewers on the East Coast, leaving organizations like the Council of Parents Television disgusted with ABC.

“For the umpteenth time in recent history, a news program in the morning included inappropriate content for children and families,” said PTC president to celebrity website TMZ. “Instead of apologizing, they need to stop apologizing and implement the five-second delay that so many Americans have been asking for.”

The network, however, states that do have a five second delay, and that escaped me B**bage through the cr*cks of editing.

“Although there was a five-second delay in place for the concert Nicki Minaj on ‘GMA,’ the live feed Costa concert this unfortunately includes some glimpses of the artist that were taken in the afternoon feeding of the emission in other times zones, “said a spokesman for ABC News.

“We regret that this has happened.”

Despite Minaj initial shock, she did not seem too stage for the incident, writing on Twitter after: “U guys just gave me life. I love u Minaj Team! Words can never do justice to love this! Thank u @ GMA !!!!! Honest. “

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