BET Award winner Nicki Minaj was in trouble with the law at Jamaica's Reggae Sumfest 2011 over the weekend. The rapper was slapped with a $1,000 fine for her dirty mouth and dirty dancing.

According to the Jamaica Observer, the Harajuku Barbie's performance was "peppered with expletives accentuated by sexually suggestive dance moves." Translation: Nicki Minaj was being Nicki Minaj.

Jamaica strictly prohibits swearing in live performances, but the 'Pink Friday' rapper didn't feel like censoring herself. She was served with a court summons in Montego Bay. She plead guilty and paid the fine, but don't get too outraged. Minaj got off easy -- $1,000 in Jamaican dollars is equivalent to about $12 American.

"OMG!!! I swear I just had the TIME of my LIFE @ ReggaeSumFest in JAMAICA!!!!! Jamaica I fell in love tonite! WOWWW!!!!" she tweeted.

This was Nicki Minaj's first concert ever in Jamaica and perhaps her last until her naughty ways will be accepted.

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