Rap sensation Nicki Minaj gave her mentor and tourmate Lil Wayne a night to remember on Sunday, when she treated him to a sexy lapdance during their concert in New York.
The stars took their I Am Music II trek to Long Island for the first of two dates at Nassau Coliseum and gave fans an eyeful during Minaj's set, when she decided against pulling a lucky fan up onstage for her concert stunt - and instead chose to bump and grind against a smiling Wayne.
Before launching into her verse on Sean Kingston's reggae tune Letting Go (Dutty Love), she told the hip-hop star, "You got the big moves, legs open, hands behind your back, mouth shut. Let's go!"
But the raunchy dance proved a little too much for the Lollipop star - he fell off his chair as soon as Minaj completed the cheeky routine.
The lapdance wasn't the only surprise at the gig - rapper Busta Rhymes joined Wayne onstage for their parts on the Chris Brown track Look At Me Now, although the R&B singer was not present for the performance.
The tour stop marked Wayne's first live show in the Big Apple since walking free from the city's tough Rikers Island prison last year. The star served an eight-month term for a weapons possession charge.