Nicki Minaj’s alleged nip-slip

Not nearly as interesting as Janet Jackson's Boobgate Scandal

Nicki Minaj’s nipple allegedly sprung from her low cut shirt Friday during a performance on Good Morning America.

We say “allegedly” because we watched the video several times and not only is that about 15 minutes of our lives we’ll never get back, but we cannot seem to spot this stealthy nip slip!

The only real proof seems to be a few still pics that photographers close to the stage managed to capture… and even those aren’t very exciting.

The incident went largely unnoticed by the crowd. However, the sixth-sense of the Parents Television Council kicked in when an angel appeared to PTC President Tim Winter in a dream early this morning and breathily whispered the message, “someone…somewhere… has just exposed a nipple…. on live television.”

After waking from his slumber in a cold, panicked sweat, Winter said this to TMZ:

For the umpteenth time in recent memory, a morning news show has included inappropriate content for children and families.

Are you kidding? Children and families most likely didn’t even see it happen though they were watching the performance live. But you can bet they’re going to look it up on YouTube now!

Good job, Winter. We hope you’re happy.

We wouldn’t actually make you go all the way to YouTube to see this non-event. For your lack of viewing pleasure, we’ve included the video below.


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