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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Miley Cyrus Spoofs Nicki Minaj's Controversial Bootyful Album Art With Superimposed Image Featuring Throwback To Her Disney Days - 'Hannah Conda!'

Miley Cyrus uploaded this spoof of Nicki Minaj's rear end shot and changed the word Anaconda to Hannah Conda as a throwback to her Disney days

Nicki Minaj's Anaconda single cover has been hotly criticised for its racy nature.

And now, none other than Miley Cyrus has become the latest celebrity to poke fun at it on Sunday as she posted not one but two replicas of the rear-centric image with her own face superimposed over the top.

The 21-year-old We Can't Stop singer seemed to be having a whale of a time giggling at the expense of her fellow pop star, who is 31.

The snap, which was released by Nicki in late July on her Instagram profile, features the scantily-clad star squatting down with her derrière facing the camera, dressed in only a miniscule pink thong and matching sports bra.

Channeling her: Miley Cyrus posted this photo of her face superimposed on the 31-year-old's body in her Anaconda single cover which was hotly debated as inappropriate upon its release

She wears neon blue Air Jordans and her Chinese character tattoo - which translates as 'God is always with you' - stands out prominently on her left arm.

Miley took the liberty of replacing the Super Bass singer's face with her own, using a snap taken back in her Disney days, with the text above conveniently changed to read: 'Hannah Conda.'

'Yes yes yes yes yes @nickiminaj,' wrote the former Hannah Montana star alongside one image, surely happy to not be the butt of the joke for once.

She started it: Nicki Minaj originally shared this image of her single cover in July and it was criticised as being too racy by some  

Another image simply featured a more recent photo of Miley's face superimposed over the same squatting photo of Nicki.

'#dontwantnoneunlessyougotbunzhun,' wrote the petite blonde alongside this one, quoting Sir Mix-A-Lot's Baby Got Back.

The hip hop singer set the music industry on fire last month when she released the provocative artwork, which will feature on her upcoming album, The Pink Print.

The controversy-courting artist roused a variety of reactions from the industry with fellow singer Katy Perry commenting: 'I wanna take a nap on dat pillow doe @NICKIMINAJ'.

Others labelled it 'overly explicit' causing The Beauty And A Beat hitmaker to respond that the pose of her ample backside was no more 'unacceptable' than similar images of white models.

Courtney Act, a drag queen from Sydney, Australia whose real name is Shane Jenek, was one of the first to upload a spoof version with her head superimposed on an exaggerated version of Nicki's body and booty.

The butt of the joke! Drag queen Courtney Act was the first to share a spoof of the Anaconda single cover on Instagram with an exaggerated derrière

Nicki soon joined in the game and reposted a handful of other spoofs, including one of The Simpsons' Marge Simpson replicating the pose.

Everybody's playing along! Even Marge Simpson was drawn as an imitation of
Nicki's infamous butt squat
Miley's Instagram fun has come in the middle of the North America leg of her Bangerz tour, which has seen her performing around the country since the beginning of August.

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