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Hitting Rock Bottom? Nicki Minaj’s Bubble Booty Looks Unnatural While Performing In Las Vegas

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Sep. 21 2014, Published 4:19 p.m. ET

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Is it real or fake?

The controversy continues for and her famous behind, which once again looked strangely unnatural while dancing during a performance on Friday night.

While rapping her ode to big booties, “Anaconda,” on stage at the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas on September 19, the scantily-clad 31-year-old dropped to the ground- and her derriere seemed to splatter awkwardly in different directions.

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Fans took notice on Twitter.

“Everything about @NICKIMINAJ is so fake. Her butt, her personality, her swag. More like Nicki Mirage!” tweeted one.

“Lol at Nicki Minaj because she sings about having a big butt, yet her butt is fake!” posted another.

Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. David Feldmar believes the tantrum-prone diva has received some artificial enhancement in her most popular asset.

“It does appear that she’s had some sort of augmentation in the gluteal area,” Dr. Feldmar, who has not treated the star, exclusively tells RadarOnline.com. “It looks like she had gluteal implants placed, or perhaps got fat injections.”

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While Minaj has denied receiving plastic surgery on her face, she’s never commented on butt implant rumors.

Do you think Minaj’s butt is real or fake? Sound off in the comments.

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