Pop singer Nicki Minaj isn't too happy with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). On Monday morning, she took to Twitter to voice her angst, while accusing a female agent of "overtly fondling" her at an airport security checkpoint.
"Pretty sure I was just overtly fondled @ this check point. By a very old lady w/an accent. Word?," she wrote around 8:00 a.m. ET.
Minaj followed this tweet up by taking a picture of the woman's back and sharing it on Twitter, exposing the agent to her more than 13.4 million followers. Here's the image she tweeted, below:
But the dramatic tweets didn't end there. Apparently, TSA didn't take too kindly to Minaj's picture-taking antics, because she sent yet another social media message deriding the government institution.
"So TSA always takes pics of me while doing their job!," she wrote. "But wld u believe they just told ME EYE couldn't take pics???? Wow."
Twitchy notes that Minaj may have a viable point. TSA policy, as the outlet notes, "does not prohibit the public, passengers or press from photographing, videotaping or filming at security checkpoints, as long as the screening process is not interfered with or slowed down."
Either way, it seems she's joining the chorus of Americans who take issue with the TSA's methodologies.