Nicki Minaj shares her Vogue Arabia pictures on social media and it's breaking the internet
Nicki Minaj graces the cover of Vogue Arabia for the September issue and the shoot features side face and zero nudity
Move aside Kardashians, Nicki Minaj graces the cover of Vogue Arabia for the September issue and the queen of rap looks exactly how a queen is supposed to - regal.
The 35-year-old songstress took to Instagram to share three pictures of her latest shoot, following the cover photo shared by official Vogue Arabia four days ago. While on the cover, we see the 'Chun-Li' hitmaker standing with her hands on the hips, donning a black ruffled sleeve dress for a black and white picture, the pictures she shared on Instagram tell a different story: she's all set to paint the town red.
In the first picture she posted, she is dressed, or perhaps drenched, in blood red fur coat. She turns her back to the camera while flipping her dark, long and straight mane, boasting her signature bangs. Her eyeliner flies sharp as she just shows off her side face. Set in the backdrop of an all-red, burlesque background with velvet drapes and vintage tables, she simpy captions tagging Vogue Arabia.
With the same caption tag, the second picture is an artistic treat. Dressed in a ombre red floaty full-length dress, (which looks like a shoulder-ankle version of a tutu-dress), layered in shades of red, she shows off her highlighted cheekbones again, while putting her one feet forward in naked shoes. She tops the ensemble with a black oversized hat, red from the inside. This look is a fine balance of black and red.
Her Vogue Arabia shoot echoes her 2018 Met Gala look.
The final picture she shares is a black and white photo, where she is dressed in a black lace dress featuring a slit and a ruffled bow-tie. Elegantly posing with one hand on her chin and the other over her head, she looks sideways showing her contoured cheekbones and perfectly winged eyeliner.
Her posts have garnered hits, likes and comments from her fans and when Vogue Arabia posted the cover picture, they captioned with a line from her interview; "I’m not here to play. I’m just as smart, talented, and creative as any man.”