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Nicki Minaj Bares All At Webster Hall

At Webster Hall’s Christmas Extravaganza in New York City on December 25, Nicki Minaj celebrated the holiday by baring skin, decked out in a daring black and red ensemble. Seemingly taking cues from Mariah Carey’s holiday wardrobe, Minaj rocked a plunging neck line and sheer pants. Minaj definitely seemed more appropriate for a club than a church service.

Minaj has clearly shown previously that she doesn’t mind mixing religion with a fashion statement. Her 2012 Grammys outfit featured Minaj as a naughty little red riding hood, accompanied by a Pope. While many declared the outfit offensive, it has now landed Minaj on The Daily Mirror’s Worst Dressed of 2012 list.

As Minaj gears up for her judging stint on American Idol this January, at least one of her beefs has cooled to a detente. Nicki’s months-long feud with New York DJ Peter Rosenberg, of Hot 97, is coming to an end, according to a statement from Rosenberg.

“Not even to be polite or political–I sincerely like Nicki’s rapping a lot. She has only had a few songs that I disliked and one of them happened to be the one that caused all of this. But The station still supports her and always will…I really hope we get to talk one day and have a laugh about the whole thing. It is not that serious in the grand scheme of things! We both just love hip hop in our own ways.”

Over the summer, Rosenberg made a comment about Minaj at Hot 97′s Summer Jam concert, stating: “I know there are some chicks here waiting to sing ‘Starships’ later – I’m not talking to y’all right now…I’m here to talk about real hip-hop.”

Minaj pulled her performance immediately, and began a war with the station, defending her right to produce pop singles like “Starships.” A few weeks ago,  Hot 97′s program director, Ebro, argued Rosenberg’s comment ultimately rang true, as evidenced by the weak sales of Minaj’s latest release, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up, saying that the recent re-release was a failed attempt to reconnect with her hip-hop audience.

Nicki then called into the station to reignite her Hot 97 feud and requested they stop playing her music all together.

Now, it seems Rosenberg is willing to make nice. The court is still out on whether Nicki plans to accept his apology.

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