News: Kelly Rowland Pulls A Nicki Minaj Nip Slip, "Hope You Didn't Mind The Peekaboo"

Monday, Aug 8, 2011 2:40PM

Written by Rosario Harper

R&B singer Kelly Rowland found herself pulling a Nicki Minaj while performing for a New Jersey crowd last night (August 8), as her breasts were exposed to the public.

The wardrobe malfunction occurred in West Orange, New Jersey.

Nicki Minaj had the ABC censors working overtime during her revealing "GMA" performance last week. But the "Super Bass" rapper isn't alone. During her show at 4Sixty6 in West Orange, New Jersey, this weekend, Kelly Rowland's nipple made a surprise appearance. The sexy singer was performing her hit single "Motivation" when the wardrobe malfunction occurred. (Rap-Up)

Despite the embarrasing on-stage moment, Rowland joked about it following her set.

"New Jersey crowd was amazing!! hope you enjoyed the show and didnt mind the peekaboo LOL!!! #kanyeshrug #stuffhappens," Rowland tweeted August 8th. (Kelly Rowland's Twitter)

Last week, rapper Nicki Minaj's malfunction aired on live television.

The 28-year-old singer appeared on GMA's concert series Friday with a blonde wig, graphic-print pants, an umbrella-like skirt and a skin tight halter top. During her song "Where Dem Girls At," the top shifted and her left nipple became as famous as she is. Minaj looked shocked when the slip occurred, but pulled her top up and went right back to performing, singing hits "Moment 4 Life" and "Super Bass." Her breast was visible to viewers on the East Coast, leaving organizations like the Parents Television Council very displeased with ABC. (Long Island Press)

Outside of mishaps, Rowland's new Here I Am album is currently in stores.

Leading the pack this week is Kelly Rowland's Here I Am which debuted at No. 3 behind Adele's 21 (82,500) and Eric Church's Chief (145,000). According to Nielsen SoundScan, Rowland's solo album has sold 77,100 copies after a week in stores. (SOHH Sales Wrap)

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