TROLLZ, Tusa, Bang Bang, Anaconda, Yikes and many others, rapper and singer Nicki Minaj who announced her pregnancy in July this year through social media posts, has welcomed her first child with husband Kenneth Petty. The couple who reportedly got married in October last year was blessed with a baby on Wednesday, September 30, 2020. Talking about Nicki Minaj, she has managed to entertain all her fans across the globe with her music. The rapper has garnered her huge fan base and continues to win their hearts on social media, with interesting pictures and videos, giving them a sneak-peek into her luxurious life.
According to a report in TMZ, a source revealed that the 37-year-old rapper and her husband Kenneth Petty have been blessed with a baby. As the couple welcomed their first child on Wednesday, in Los Angeles, reportedly, the name and sex of the baby are not revealed as of yet.
Nicki Minaj dropped pictures on her Instagram and announced her pregnancy. She shared pictures flaunting her baby bump in style as she strikes some poses for the camera. The rapper’s last post on Instagram was back in August, 2020, about weeks before she posted pictures of her showing off her baby bump.
For the unversed, reportedly, Nicki Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty is registered as a sex offender, stemming from a 1995 New York conviction for attempting rape of a 16-year-old. The reports stated, that Kenneth Petty tried his best to be there during the birth of his child. Kenneth who is also manager to his Rapper wife, reportedly requested the judge to change his pre-trial conditions so that he can be allowed to travel with her for business and also attend the birth of his first child, if it happens after his probationary curfew. Also Read: Kylie Jenner Gifts Daughter Stormi A Backpack For Her First Day At School, Price Tag Of $12,000 Arrests Netizens’ Attention
Image source: Instagram/Nicki Minaj
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