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Nicki Minaj raised many eyebrows when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction while performing on the stage of MTV VMAs last month on Bang Bang with Jessie J and Ariana Grande. The 'Anaconda' singer who was seen sporting a black outfit, saved herself from the embarrassing moment by holding the outfit with the help of her hands. Nicki said that she was too late to wear the dress completely so she did not zip up the outfit!
On 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Nicki Minaj spoke about her famous VMAs wardrobe malfunction. Nicki said, "I had to change from the Anaconda outfit into the Big Bang outfit and I wanted to wrap around a green skirt, but then realised that Jessie and Ariana were wearing black and white."
Nicki added, "I didn't wanted to ruin the shot with me wearing a green bra and then wearing black and white. So I was like I have to put on a black dress really quickly." On 'The Ellen Show', Nicki explained that the whole team was holding curtains around her while she changed quickly into the pitch black dress.
She expressed that it was time to leave and they wanted to zip it up but she was getting late. Talking about the dress change and unzipped issue, Nicki said, "It was time for me to walk out and they were trying to zip it up... and right there I thought I died." So, Nicki had to walk out holding the dress and prevent it from showing her curvy assets.
Nicki said, "I had no underwear or bra on as I had just taken out the Anaconda outfit, so I was butt-a** naked!" Ellen appreciated Nicki for carrying it off in front of millions of viewers and being calm. Ellen DeGeneres presented Nicki a huge bejeweled safety pin saying, "I got you something in case it happens again, the safety pin."