The 'We Can't Stop' singer posts on Instagram a picture of her face superimposed onto the raptress' racy promo picture.
Miley Cyrus joins a handful of people who spoof Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" cover art. On Sunday, August 10, the former Disney star posted on Instagram a photo of her face photoshopped onto Minaj's body.
Later, she shared a picture of her "Hannah Montana" character's face superimposed onto the racy promo picture that shows off the raptress' famous butt. She even changed the song's title to "Hannah Conda". The 21-year-old actress/singer also posted an image similar to the first one, but this time it's added with a message to urge fans to vote for her at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards.
Some were not impressed by Miley's joke. One Instagram user commented, "Your F***ing Pathetic, Making Fun Of Someone Because You Don't Like What They Do? Just F***ing Leave. If You Don't Like Her Why Are You Even Here? This Shows You Have Nothing To Do With Your Life So You Make Fun Of Someone, Grow Up."
"Horrible im so sad )-;" another wrote, while other fans simply laughed it off.
On August 7, Miley returned to her hometown of Nashville to make up for her show that was canceled last spring due to illness. She brought her racy acts onto the stage at Bridgestone Arena, riding a giant hot dog and grinding on a car.