Nicki Minaj officially joined the "wardrobe malfunction" club, as the singer showed a bit too much on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Friday.
During her 30-minute set at Central Park's Rumsey Playfield, Minaj's green top slipped, momentarily flashing her left breast to the live audience and viewers at home, according to People.
Sporting big frizzy blonde hair, yellow hoop earrings, a pink jacket and a plastic skirt, the 28-year-old singer continued with the show like a professional.
Minaj belted out hits from her debut album "Pink Friday," including "Moment 4 Life and "Super Bass."
"Being that I grew up in NYC, I never imagined myself playing in Central Park with a bunch of beautiful people like this. ... I'm New York to the fullest. I'm a hometown girl," Minaj told GMA host Robin Roberts before the show.
The Parents Television Council is already on Minaj's case, arguing that the wardrobe malfunction could have been avoided if ABC had implemented a five-second delay, TMZ reports.
"For the umpteenth time in recent memory a morning news show has included inappropriate content for children and families," the parents council president Tim Winter told TMZ.
Since releasing her album in November 2010, Minaj has had a fast ride to success, breaking Billboard charts, appearing on "Saturday Night Live" and most recently, touring with Britney Spears. "Pink Friday" was certified platinum one month after its release.
On Thursday, Minaj was added to the cast of "Ice Age: Continential Drift," along with Joy Behar and Nick Frost, according to Variety. The sequel to the 2002 animated film "Ice Age" is slated for a July 13, 2012 release.
ABC has since released an apology regarding the incident.
"Although we had a five-second delay in place for the Nicki Minaj concert on GMA, the live East Coast feed of the concert regrettably included certain fleeting images of the performer that were taken out of later feeds of the broadcast in other time zones. We are sorry that this occurred," the statement read.