Nicki Minaj’s Reaction To Photoshop Accusations On Instagram
Nicki Minaj, one of the best-known celebrities in the world, has shut down all the haters accusing her of photoshopping.
According to People, in light of a never-ending scandal between Meek Mill and Drake, the 32-year-old “Anaconda” rapper has been the subject of negative publicity after a photo of her and Meek was posted on Instagram. In the picture, you can see an oddly shaped shadow in which spectators believe was an attempt to make Nicki’s butt look bigger. You can see Nicki’s hair stylist with what seems like an edited gap in his shorts.
Although one could wonder why Nicki might want to enhance her already huge butt, it still hasn’t stopped the haters from hating.
What was Nicki’s response?
Nicki took a quick snap of her conversation with the person whose shorts appears to have been altered. Nicki explains how the whole thing was because as a result of the shadow, the Mirror reports.
This is not the only scandal Nicki has been involved in. Also in the news is the rumor that Meek and Nicki might be expecting a baby. While some claim that Nicki is trolling her fans, other sources cite that the rumor may actually have some truth.
This happened after more rumors surfaced that Nicki and Meek were no more. Adding on to the massive publicity, Nicki was involved in the Meek and Drake feud that broke the internet. In the song “Back 2 Back,” Drake slams Meek by saying, “[I]s that your tour or your girl’s tour.”
Meek has recently opened for Nicki’s Pink Print tour, which sold out shows across the U.S. As a result, Meek’s popularity has skyrocketed. Fans on Twitter have expressed their excitement for the tour between the couple.
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Nicki has over 31 million followers on Instagram, making her one of the most popular celebrities on the image-sharing platform. Despite rumors of Instagram bots, as Vice reports, and Nicki, who lost thousands of fake followers last year, she still remains one of the best-selling females rapper of all-time, respectively.
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