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Nicki Minaj’s NSFW cover album not safe from Photoshop

By Melissa Barclay,

Just after Nicki Minaj released the cover art for her newest single "Anaconda", internet users showed off their skills and Photoshopped it, using the image on the cover.

Users decided to keep her face intact, but one user decided to squeeze Minaj into the ‘Google’ logo.

When Minaj debuted the cover art on her Instagram, it soon became a trending topic on Twitter. The hashtag #ANACONDA displayed various images, including fans photoshopping it onto clothing, reported US Weekly.

Although Minaj’s upcoming album, The Pink Print has no set release date, it features “Pills N Potions,” which is currently No. 46 on the Billboard 100. The single “Anaconda” will also be featured on the album.

According to the Huffington Post, “Anaconda” won’t be available until July 28 on iTunes. However, Minaj gave fans and the internet something to rave about until the song comes out.

Image via Twitter from ebba.

Image via Twitter from AngeliqueLN

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