Nicki Minaj's cover art of her latest song "Anaconda" has the singer showing off her almost naked bum in a very tiny pink g-string. Nicki Minaj was not joking when she said she had a surprise for her fans on July 23. And the following day Nicki released the art of her latest song, which is quite explicit and can be seen here. #Anaconda has been trending on Twitter for quite some time now with various fans of Nicki retweeting the picture and doing some photo shop stunts too!
Nicki sits with her back towards the camera and shows her famous bum in a g-string. As she turns her face towards the camera, Nicki's expression says it all that she loves to flaunt her assets. The 31-year-old American rapper, whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj, is also seen wearing a pink crossover bra and blue sneakers in the picture, which she unveiled on her Instagram. "7/28 #ANACONDA on iTunes," Nicki captioned the explicit picture, with a Parental Advisory sign.
Her fans have been going crazy with the comments on social media over the naked-bum cover by posting some really hilarious photo shop geniuses of the cover. One of the best photo shop cover is done by one of Nicki's fans who replaced her bum's picture with Google's words. Check it out here. "Please @google use this picture when it's Nicki Minaj's birthday!" writes one of Nicki's fans illestbaba. Nicki too has posted the same picture on her Instagram page.
Nicki has revealed that her new track "Anaconda" will be available on iTunes from July 28. "Anaconda" is a follow-up to Minaj's previously released track "Pills N' Potions," which was released earlier this year.
The singer definitely has her hands full when it comes to work. She is currently working on her new album titled "The Pink Print," which is expected to be released by the end of the year. It will be Nicki's third studio album. Minaj is also expected to be present in Jessie J's new single "Bang Bang" alongside Ariana Grande, which will be released on July 29, Digital Spy also reports. Meanwhile check out a teaser of "Anaconda's" video below.
Source: Youtube.com/Josh Jeelinger