Miley Cyrus Joked About Her Own Wardrobe Malfunction And Posted A Nip Slip On IG

'Swipe right. But hurry.'
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  • Miley Cyrus had a nip slip during New York Fashion Week.
  • She posted her wardrobe malfunction on Instagram and joked that the social media platform will likely delete it.

    Alright, as we ALL know, wardrobe malfunctions can be pretty damn embarrassing— especially when you're a celebrity whose every move is documented and judged. But Miley Cyrus absolutely owned her latest one.

    After walking in the Marc Jacobs New York Fashion Week runway show and getting the seal of approval from thee Naomi Campbell, Miley stepped out in the city in some black trousers, red heels, and a black and white cropped halter top that had a sewn-in scarf. It was the epitome of fashion, but also, it was definitely one of those finicky tops you can't wear a bra with, so when she was walking around, she had a little nip slip.

    And while some, understandably, would be like, "Oh f*ck," Miley took the paparazzi pics and threw them up on her Instagram in a three-slide carousel. She captioned it, "Swipe right. But hurry. Instagram will definitely be removing this post soon," referencing the platform's sexist policies that prompt them to delete pictures of women's nipples all the time.

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    This definitely isn't the first time Miley has freed the nip on social media. In October, she posted a picture of her nipples technically covered by a shirt, but it was so sheer you could still see them. In that caption, Miley wrote, "PS this is getting removed soon! I’ve been warned by the gram gods ! PPS I fucking love you instagram! Thank you for stanning the Nips! Respect."

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    Ugh, if Instagram actually removes these bomb pics of her, I'm def going to write a strongly-worded letter.

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    This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

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