Drake Thinks Nicki Minaj's Camel Toe Incident at 2018 BET Awards Is 'Sexy AF'
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According to a source, the 'God's Plan' hitmaker was 'majorly turned on' when 'he saw her BET outfit.'

AceShowbiz - Drake makes sure that Nicki Minaj has his support. When many people troll the female emcee for her embarrassing wardrobe malfunction at the 2018 BET Awards, the "God's Plan" hitmaker allegedly thinks it's "sexy."

"Drake thinks Nicki's style and her camel toe are sexy AF. He thinks she is beautiful, talented and confident enough to rock an outfit even if it highlights her camel toe," a source close to Drake tells HollywoodLife.com. "When he saw her BET outfit he was majorly turned on. He thought she looked great."

The insider goes on saying that the Canadian hip-hop superstar "thinks Nicki is the only rapper that always looks sexy no matter what she wears. He would still hook-up with Nicki anytime." The source continues, "Drake has always felt Nicki was wifey material and her style choices are always sexy."

Nicki had a dire camel toe situation when she hit the stage to perform "Chun-Li" and "Rich Sex" at the award-giving show, which was held at the Microsoft Theater on June 24. Her cherry-red bodysuit seemed to be hugging her a bit too tight in some certain areas. Being a professional performer as she is, Nicki didn't seem fazed by the mishap. At one point, she put one of her hands over her private area.

A fan who noticed the wardrobe malfunction took to Twitter to question, "How does Nicki Minaj have a camel toe in latex?" Another fan added, "Nicki Minaj Camel Toe Giving Me Life."

Despite the embarrassing camel toe situation, the "Bang Bang" rapper still ruled the night. In addition to performing on her own, she joined YG, 2 Chainz and Big Sean onstage to perform their latest collaboration "Big Bank", which sparked romance rumors between her and Eminem. Nicki appeared near the end of the performance, spitting her lines atop a sparkly pink horse statue.

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