Nicki Minaj, who just recently shut down the internet showing off her “improved” twerking skills earlier in the month, now has Twitter acting lusty all over again thanks to her Trinidad carnival fit.
You’d have to be a hater to honestly deny that Nick didn’t kill her carnival fit. Minaj, a Trinidad & Tobago native, looked absolutely beautiful, rocking a teal and purple costume complimented with feathers and jewel-covered corset.
Before she hit the di road and partied with the rest of the Trini massive, Minaj gave her 111 million followers a glimpse of her costume that was designed by the popular mas band, Tribe, with the caption”Trini to di .”
She would later hop on the Tribe truck flanked by her “husband” Kenneth Petty and showed loved to the carnival-goers while performing alongside Soca legend Machel Montano and Soca star Kes.
Twitter, of course, is absolutely loving Minaj’s carnival flex and showering her with nothing but praise, especially the Barbs. To see more photos of Nicki in her costume flaunting her Trini curves, plus reactions hit the gallery below.
Photo: Bernard Smalls / @PhotosByBeanz
Nicki Minaj Goes Back Home & Stuns In Trinidad Carnival Costume was originally published on hiphopwired.com
No one:— SUGAR | OUT NOW (@DJJLava) February 26, 2020
Nicki Minaj man on the truck: pic.twitter.com/7TDG20tRfn
Nicki minaj come down to play carnival and alyuh go look to bully she husband😭 cah take Trinidadians inno😭😭🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/MplId78Ylo— Toya🇹🇹 (@868Toya) February 26, 2020
Nicki Minaj looking amazing in her carnival costume. pic.twitter.com/dOJlQ7vji1— Minaj Society (@MinajSociety) February 25, 2020
So I saw Nicki today and she told me she loved me three times. Y’all don’t understand how much this means to me, I’ve been supporting this woman for over a decade nowwwww!! 🥺🥺 I love you so much Nic ❤️❤️❤️ @NICKIMINAJ Still have not been able to process this moment yet. pic.twitter.com/FKaHNghfq4— jayda 🇹🇹 (@jayduhdd) February 26, 2020
HQ: Nicki Minaj at the Trinidad Carnival. pic.twitter.com/TjQF9qMADf— Minaj Society (@MinajSociety) February 26, 2020