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Nicki Minaj Good Morning America Nipple Slip [Photos]


Nicki Minaj reacts following a wardrobe malfunction during a live performance on ABC's Good Morning America in New York, Friday, Aug. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

Nicki Minaj gave fans more than they expected when a wardrobe malfunction let her nipple loose during a “Good Morning America” performance at Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield.


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The 28-year-old singer appeared on GMA’s concert series Friday with a blonde wig, graphic-print pants, an umbrella-like skirt and a skin tight halter top. During her song “Where Dem Girls At,” the top shifted and her left nipple became as famous as she is.

Minaj looked shocked when the slip occurred, but pulled her top up and went right back to performing, singing hits “Moment 4 Life” and “Super Bass.”

Her breast was visible to viewers on the East Coast, leaving organizations like the Parents Television Council very displeased with ABC.

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

The network, however, claims that they do have a five second delay, and that the boobage just slipped through the editing cracks.

“Although we had a five-second delay in place for the Nicki Minaj concert on ‘GMA,’ the live East Coast feed of the concert regrettably included certain fleeting images of the performer that were taken out of later feeds of the broadcast in other times zones,” an ABC News spokesperson said.

“We are sorry that this occurred.”

Despite Minaj’s intial shock, she didn’t seem too phase by the incident, writing on Twitter after: “U guys just gave me LIFE. I love u Team Minaj! Words could never do this love justice! Thank u @GMA!!!!! Honored.”

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