Nicki Minaj Was “Overtly Fondled” By TSA Agents

Published On July 10, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities

Nicki Minaj hasn’t been in a great mood these past few days but while traveling in the U.K., things got much worse for the hip-hop empress. She took to Twitter to discuss her disgust at the Transportation Security Administration at London’s Heathrow Airport, saying, “Pretty sure I was just overtly fondled @ this check point. By a very old lady w/an accent. Word?”

She continued to complain about them not allowing her to take photos tweeting, “So TSA always takes pics of me while doing their job! But would u believe they just told ME EYE couldn’t take pics???? Wow. ?#luckyIMsick.”

Minaj, who was on her way to the Philippines after performing at T in the Park still managed to take a photo of the agent whose back was turned adding “There she go.”

This isnt’ the first time that Celebrities have been overly fondled by TSA and back in June, the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Transportation Subcommittee met to offer the TSA advice on improving its image and provide suggestions to increase efficiency.

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Ala.), chairman of the House Homeland Security Transportation Subcommittee, explained: “There are certain people that are just so well-known that you’ve just got to use your common sense. Because if you start patting them down, people are going to say, ‘They’re patting down Beyoncé.’ I mean, she’s not going to blow a plane up.'”

Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images.

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