Nicki appeared to be absolutely furious when Miley posted a photo of her head on Nicki’s body and then even made it her Twitter avatar. We think it’s safe to say that Nicki ‘don’t want none’ of Miley’s buns right now!
It’s evident that Sir Mix-A-Lot knew exactly what he was talking about in his 1992 hit, “Baby Got Back,” but in this case, the anaconda is Nicki Minaj and she’s coming straight for Miley Cyrus‘ head! Nicki references the hit song in her upcoming song “Anaconda” and she shows off her buns in the single’s cover art but she wasn’t too happy when she woke up Aug. 11, to find that Miley had replaced the art with her own face and had added the headline “Hannahconda!” Talk about a copyright infringement, geez!
Nicki Minaj Slams Miley Cyrus For Her ‘Hannahconda’ Pic
Miley posted a pic of her own head as Hannah Montana — with Hannah’s long hair, on Nicki’s body and then tweeted it at her. Instead of having a sense of humor about it, Nicki posted another photo of Miley, with this caption: “Give me one good reason why Miley made this her twitter avi. #AnacondaOniTunes.”
But it didn’t stop there, she also posted the original “Hannahconda” pic with this message: “No chill ZONE!!!!” That basically means that Nicki is not cool with Miley doing this at all!
Miley Mocks Nicki’s ‘Anaconda’ Pic
We told you that Miley posted the pic with this caption: “Yes yes yes yes yes @nickiminaj.”
We are sure that Miley meant no harm with this pic and was just having fun. But Nicki has been very sensitive about Anaconda recently, she wrote on Instagram, Aug. 1: “U can’t steal my joy. Your fears are your fears. Your doubts are your doubts. U can’t steal my joy. Sit back and watch God move.” She was referring to her song leaking early and we don’t blame her.
Everyone just needs to chill out and be happy. There’s no point in starting a silly feud over something as small as this.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Nicki has a right to be upset?
— Chloe Melas