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Nicki Minaj's bare-bottomed Cinderella hailed, as Kendall Jenner's risque Jessie costume slammed

Both, Nicki Minaj and Kendall Jenner have put their own sexy spin on some of our favorite childhood characters
Nicki and Kendall in their sexy takes of iconic characters (@nickiminaj/@kendalljenner/Instagram)
Nicki and Kendall in their sexy takes of iconic characters (@nickiminaj/@kendalljenner/Instagram)

It’s that time of the year- celebrities are putting their best creative foot forward for Halloween and we LOVE to see it! The latest addition to the series of celebrity Halloween costumes greatness is none other than the Queen of rap herself, Nicki Minaj, who dressed as the iconic Disney princess, Cinderella- but not quite.

Daily Mail reports that Minaj had her own take on the costume, with her bottoms bared with the help of some very 18+ cuts and a plunging neckline. She also called herself "Chunderella," and completed her look with a tiara, a blonde wig, and a dress that resembled the beautiful blue of the princess, but not quite structured the same way- it was a form-fitting dress that collected in huge frills at the bottom.


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Amid a lot of drama on Nicki’s side of the world, with her open displeasure at ‘Super Freaky Girl’ being moved from the rap to pop category and her feud with Latto on Twitter, this costume has brought some happiness to the fans.

Her post was captioned, “And as she heard the whispers… Chunderella snickered. The ugly/evil step sisters had EVERY RIGHT to bicker (through their blisters!) After all, deep down inside…they knew…they’d never fit the glass slippers The END.”


The internet was left visibly pleased at Nicki's Cinderella, with a tweet saying, "OH SHES TAKING IT #Chunderella has entered the chat" Another tweet also said, "She didn’t have to eat like that @NICKIMINAJ #Halloween2022 #Cinderella #Chunderella" 

Another Twitter user said, "I’M OBSESSED #Chunderella #HappyHalloween@NICKIMINAJ" One other user made a snarky comment about appreciating Minaj's bottom, with this tweet, "Forget the shoes. Imagine the prince identifying that ass. @NICKIMINAJ #Chunderella #HappyHalloween"





However, while this look has got all of the Internet in love with the 'Super Bass' rapper, there was another sexy interpretation of a beloved childhood character that did not go quite well. Kendall Jenner brought out her inner cowgirl and dressed up as a very sexy version of Jessie from Toy Story- but it did not go well with a lot of cartoon purists.


She wore a large red hat and a cropped shirt, denim briefs, and cow-printed pants that were cut at the top. A lot of comments were quick at expressing their displeasure. One of the commenters said, “It’s a kids movie WHY?!?” Another commenter said, “Oh now we’re sexualizing Kids animations Ayy?”

According to Page Six, There were a few commenters who made it clear that their childhood memories have taken a hit with these pictures and have scarred them for life. “This is a lot for my childhood memories to process,” a commenter said. And another went on to say, “Let’s take a classic kids movie and make it look like a XXX movie not right at all.” 

On Twitter, there were many posts that echoed the same sentiments. One tweet said, "she’s sexualizing a character from a children’s movie" Another tweeter posted a picture of Kendall that was captioned, "Shes not iconic, she's the most annoying Kardashian". A third twitter user had said, "it’s serving but why does she have to show her ass-" A fourth user was quick to point out how wrong it was to portray Jessie the way Jenner has, with the character being an actual child, "right like the character is supposed to be a whole child.."





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