Rapper Nicki Minaj experienced a wardrobe malfunction during a performance at the Made In America festival in Pennsylvania.
The singer, who was the first female rapper to headline the event, was performing in front of a crowd of 50,000 when her velvet dress suddenly burst open on stage, causing her to accidentally expose herself to the audience.
Minaj remained professional and managed to quickly fix her outfit as she continued her performance with ease.
Minaj was wearing a bright orange hairpiece and glittery boots during the performance, which seemed to delight fans.
The rapper headlined the festival, which focuses on hip-hop and EDM music, alongside other popular artists such as Post Malone, Diplo, and Meek Mill.
The appearance at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway event came after Minaj had to cancel the North American leg of her tour due to a lack of rehearsal time.
According to Page Six, ticket sales for the tour had gone “down the drain” before the cancellation.
However, Minaj stated that the delay was simply due to the fact that she had pushed back the release of her new album, “Queen”, by two months.
The album was released earlier this month and received some attention, but faced controversy when it failed to overtake Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” as the number one album on the Billboard 200.
In response to this, Minaj took to Twitter to accuse Scott’s girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, of influencing sales through a promotion on her Instagram account.
Minaj claimed that Jenner had posted a tour pass on her account, which has over 113 million followers, encouraging people to come see her and her daughter, Stormi, at a Travis Scott concert.
Minaj wrote, “I put my blood, sweat and tears in writing a dope album only for Travis Scott to have Kylie Jenner post a tour pass telling people to come see her and Stormi. LOL. I’m actually laughing. Queen broke the record of being number 1 in 86 countries. Thank Jesus and thank you to my fans.”
Scott and Jenner did not respond to her comments.
It was also reported that the couple was seated far away from Minaj at the VMAs.