Nicki Minaj's VERY Revealing Cover Art Facing Big Backlash (PHOTO)

nicki minajIf Nicki Minaj did something humdrum and expected, I'd be surprised. The lady is fierce. She's wild and unpredictable, her lyrics are funny and sarcastic -- often misunderstood. She's fantastic. And the cover art just released for her latest single "Anaconda" is equally fantastic, especially if you like big butts and you cannot lie.

With any kind of revealing photo for the world to see, there is going to be some sort of backlash. But it's being spoken about a whole lot more in Nicki's case because she's not a skinny model on the cover of Sports Illustrated, which is perfectly okay in this world where everything is messed up. Nicki's got back. She's showing it off. So what?!


My word would you get a look at that?! She puts the Kardashians to shame. Apparently the Twitterverse nearly exploded and made this butt shot a huge issue. People thought it was too much. Too naked. Too over the top and dare I say obscene. Looks good to me.

Nicki defended herself in perfect Minaj form shining light on the 2014 Sports Illustrated cover where Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal, and Lily Aldridge posed topless in butt-bearing bathing suit bottoms. No one made a big fuss about that, she noted. People loved it. And she brings up a good point. Is it okay for the butt in question to be on a skinny girl but not on a girl who has back? Seems to be the case with some.

Katy Perry came to Nicki's defense and tweeted, "I wanna take a nap on dat pillow doe." I feel another collabo coming on about this. Please!

When I look at this cover art, all I can think is Damn, girl. You look amazing! Also, cool sneakers.

What do you think? Too much? Does Nicki raise a good point how it's okay for skinny girls but not for her to show some butt?


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