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Nicki Minaj Wardrobe Slip

August 7, 2011 by Post Team 

Nicki Minaj Wardrobe SlipNicki Minaj Wardrobe Slip, R & B singer Nicki Minaj had a wardrobe malfunction on live television Friday morning on ABC’s Good Morning America, who slipped through the censorship, even with a delay of five seconds.

The incident in question occurred when he was singing her verses Minaj David Guetta Where fewer girls for fans at Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield and suddenly her breast was accidentally disclosed. She and ABC immediately received criticism and complaints from viewers, forcing ABC to apologize.

“Although there was a five-second delay in place for the concert on GMA Nicki Minaj, live food on the East Coast of the concert unfortunately includes some glimpses of the artist that were taken in the afternoon feeding of the issues in other time zones. Sorry this has happened, “said the statement from ABC.

Although it was released later to the West Coast, Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television Council, was outraged by what happened. “For the umpteenth time in recent history, a news program in the morning included content inappropriate for children and families,” winter told TMZ. As for apology from ABC, which had nothing of that. “Instead of apologizing, they need to stop apologizing and implement the five-second delay that so many Americans have been asking for.”

Given the five-second delay, a spokesman for ABC called discloses the accident was a “human error” on her part. During the presentation, wearing a low cut Minaj green crop top and a pink coat. Minaj is currently in “Femme Fatale” on tour with Britney Spears in North America and decided to make a stop in New York to be part of the current GMA 2011 a series of concerts.

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