Nicki Minaj is officially fearless! The stunning ‘Anaconda’ rapper sported an extremely tight little black dress that barely covered her ample cleavage on her set of her upcoming music video for her track, ‘The Night Is Still Young.’
Nicki Minaj, 32, is definitely no stranger to putting her enviable curves on display, but on the set of her brand new video for “The Night Is Still Young,” the rapper took it to a totally new level. The stunner was spotted on March. 11, with choreographer Casper Smart wearing a skin-tight satin black dress barely avoiding having a major nip slip!
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Nicki definitely got lucky that she managed to avoid a major wardrobe malfunction in this tight dress! The “Pink Print” rapper is known for wearing revealing outfits, but this strappy black dress may be her most exposing one yet!
The beautiful artist was spotted on March. 11, working hard on her upcoming video for “The Night Is Still Young” alongside of her choreographer and Jennifer Lopez‘s ex, Casper — who she also worked with on “Anaconda,” Daily Mail reports.
The satin dress definitely shows off her curves and hugs Nicki in all the right places showing off her great hourglass figure. However, she narrowly escaped exposing her breasts in the dress that reveals plenty of cleavage and is held together by numerous straps — definitely a hot look!
The bombshell is rumored to be dating fellow artists, Meek Mill, 27, and as HollywoodLife.com previously reported, on March. 1, the stunner posted a picture of the pair holding hands — definitely a sign that a romance could be brewing.
Despite the evidence, Nicki claims that they are just friends saying during a radio interview, “People are just assuming these things and I don’t know why. This is my friend. I’m just hanging out. We don’t look at each other like that at all.”
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you surprised Nicki didn’t have a malfunction? Do you like her super tight dress? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Caitlin Beck