Though Nicki Minaj likes the “rude” photos, Madame Tussauds “Anaconda” inspired-wax figure will still be getting a much-needed redesign after different racy photos of the visitors were posted on social media. Read on for more details.
A week ago, the wax museum in Las Vegas revealed their newest creation. Yes, it did make another buzz on different entertainment news sites. However, it was not just because of their life-size wax figure this time around. The museum unveiled a very controversial replica of Minaj and it really made an impression, a not-so-good impression.
Their latest attraction gained a lot of attention from all over the world as it shows a provocative pose from Minaj which depicts her sexy music video “Anaconda.” But, the attention given by the guests were quite out of place, as they took photos while doing sexual poses with the wax figure.
After different rude photos from their visitors began emerging on social media, the museum officials decided to get more security to avoid inappropriate visitors, according to Fox 59.
Based on reports, Madame Tussauds Las Vegas released a statement that their employees will keep an eye on their wax figures, especially on Minaj’s to keep away the visitors from taking racy photos.
In addition to this, the set around the replica will also be going through a redesign project.
Statement regarding Nicki Minaj’s Madame Tussauds wax figure pic.twitter.com/tnnyZL0BNX
— Madame Tussauds LV (@TussaudsVegas) August 18, 2015
On the other hand, HollywoodLife reported that Minaj was totally cool about the issue.
According to a source, the 32-year-old rapper doesn’t mind whether visitors took some “wild” poses with her sexy wax figure. The source even added that Minaj was having a good time looking at the images—she’s actually “flattered” by the photos!
Moreover, Minaj was loving the attention she’s gaining because of the controversial Madame Tussauds wax figure, she even thinks the replica and the pose are iconic.
But, not to Meek Mill! The source reported that Meek thinks the photos were rude and disgusting.
Azealia Banks thought so too, as she expressed her opinions in her Twitter account.
So, what do you think of Madame Tussauds Nicki Minaj wax figure?
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