The “Anaconda” singer was honored by Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas with her own mannequin and it is posed very provocatively in a scene from the star’s famous butt-loving video. But as Azealia Banks pointed out, other female singers are posed in non-sexual positions with microphones in their hands and Minaj’s position will only result in further degradation by fans.
Unfortunately, Banks’ prediction was entirely correct. Since making its debut last week, Minaj’s wax figure has been sexually assaulted by Las Vegas visitors on the regular.
Minaj herself seems to love the piece — she posted pics of it on her Instagram the day it debuted, and rather than weigh in on Banks’ opinion, she posted these sage words.
Caring 2 much about what others think will have u cursing your blessings. Be careful.
— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) August 18, 2015