Nicki Minaj's controversial Anaconda single cover art has been widely criticised for its x-rated content.
And now Miley Cyrus, who is no stranger to pulling off a variety of raunchy poses and onstage antics herself, has created her own spoof versions of the pose.
To the delight of fans the We Cant Stop singer shared not one but two replicas of the album art with her own face superimposed over the top, on social media.
In both images the 21-year-old mimicks the same squat pose as the hip hop star.
The first picture sees the cover undergo a Disney-meets-Rap makeover as Cyrus features a photo from her Hannah Montanna days with the slogan switched from "Anaconda" to "Hannah Conda".
"Yes yes yes yes yes @nickiminaj," she wrote alongside the hilarious spoof inspired by her former Disney character.
The singer also posted a second spoof pose featuring a more recent image and quoting lyrics from Sir Mix-A-Lot's Baby Got Back anthem.
"dontwantnoneunlessyougotbunzhun" she wrote alongside the image.
Minaj sent ripples through the music industry last month when she released the provocative artwork, which will feature on her upcoming album, The Pink Print.
The Owner of All Hip-Hop.com, Chuck Creekmur wrote a scathing open letter to the star condemning her for taking her clothes off and urging her to consider the impact her actions have on her young fan-base.
Meanwhile fellow singer Katy Perry showed her support Tweeting "I wanna take a nap on dat pillow doe @NICKIMINAJ".
Others labelled it "crude", "disgusting" and "overly explicit" causing The Beauty And A Beat hitmaker to respond that the pose of her ample backside was no more "unacceptable" than similar images of white models.
Cyrus isn't the first to spoof the picture, however, as Minaj herself previously posted several hilarious meme pictures featuring pop culture images, including The Lion King and The Simpsons.