It's fuckin' ponderous Florida teen sparks outrage for wearing blackface with Nicki Minaj costume BY Melissa Chan NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, October 27, 2015, 2:57 PM A A A Share this URL Emmajohns129/via Twitter A Florida teenager is being vilified online after she posted pictures of herself wearing blackface on Twitter. A Florida teenager is being vilified online for donning blackface with her Nicki Minaj Halloween costume. The high school student painted her face black to top off her skin-tight leopard getup, complete with a voluptuous, padded behind and a white wig to match the "Anaconda" rapper. "Nicki Minaj and Drake in the cut #DynamicDuo #homecoming #ovo," @Emmajohns129 wrote on Twitter before the post went viral. EDDIE MURPHY GOT IT RIGHT, 1984 SNL SKIT ON WHITE PRIVILEGE Emmajohns129/via Twitter Enlarge Emmajohns129/via Twitter Enlarge The teen was dressed as Nicki Minaj during her school's homecoming costume party. She apologized for the outfit before deleting her Twitter account. The teen tweeted a collage of photos of her and her friends purportedly at the school-sanctioned event. She's the only one dressed in blackface. The costume caused an uproar on Twitter, where several users bashed her and threatened to report her to her prospective colleges. "She's trying to apply to UF. I know the admissions people up there. I'll send this in today," one angry Twitter user said. “I'm honestly amazed by people who wear blackface in 2015," another wrote. "It takes an absurd amount of disrespect to do something so historically hateful." "Getting dress up as a black girl is totally ok? It's not ok ever," yet another said. The young girl apologized before deleting her account. "I sincerely apologize for my actions," she tweeted on Tuesday. "I did not mean to offend anyone with my homecoming costume." The backlash comes after an Alabama teacher dressed in blackface for his Kanye West costume, sparking massive outrage this week. Chestnut Grove Elementary teacher Heath Morrow had painted his body black and can be seen holding up a handmade "Kanye for Prez 2020" sign in the viral photo. Earlier this month, UCLA's Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Alpha Phi sorority came under fire for putting charcoal on their faces for a Kanye West and Kardashian-themed mixer.