Nicki Minaj has nip slip on 'Good Morning America'

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Nicki Minaj gave Good Morning America fans a performance they will soon not forget.

She joined the celebrity “wardrobe malfunction club” whose famous members include Janet Jackson, Khloe Kardashian and Rihanna, when her left breast popped out during a live performance.

The hip-hop star and self-proclaimed “Black Barbie” was performing “Moment for Life”, a new hit single off of the platinum selling record, Pink Friday, when she flashed her full left breast to hundreds of fans who flooded Central Park and to and millions more watching on the east coast.

The rapper who is known for her racy lyrics and sexually suggestive dance moves, continued singing for several seconds half topless, until the singer realized she was “hanging out,” and pushed her breast back into the bra-like top, without missing a beat.

Although Minaj’s Twitter postings, after her performance, did not mention the nip-slip, her fans could not resist the opportunity to comment. ”@armytankcody: my crush on @nickiminaj increased today.”

Minaj’s latest embarrassing moment comes after a recent slew of negative press. In July Minaj was reportedly hit in the face, in a Dallas hotel room, by a man she knew. Earlier this week, at a performance in Jamaica, her explicit performances on stage caused her to receive a summons from police, according the the Jamaican Observer.

Tim Winter, president of the Parent Television Council, told TMZ they are furious at Good Morning America. “For the umpteenth time in recent memory a morning news show has included inappropriate content for children and families.”

He adds, “Instead of asking for forgiveness, they need to stop apologizing and implement the five second delay that so many Americans have been calling for.”

Good Morning America, which airs on ABC, has two feeds which air separately on each coast. Although ABC will edit the breast-baring performance for their viewers on the West Coast, a slew of pictures of Minaj’s naked chest have already hit the Internet.