Nicki Minaj is officially hitched. She had announced that she officially married Kenneth Petty on Oct. 22, 2019, approximately a year after they began to date again, as the love flooded in from friends and her crazed fans.
Minaj previously bothered her retirement from the music industry to begin a family in September 2019 and talked on finishing the paperwork part of her marriage to Petty in a fresh interview. Minaj was still uncertain if she would be having a grand wedding ceremony in the future.
Recognized as ‘The Most Influential Female Rapper of all time’ by a big magazine in the US, Nicki Minaj was born on December 8, 1982, in Trinidad.
She was born to parents of mixed origins, Nicki is one-quarter Indian, as her dad, Robert Maraj has Indo-Trinidadian roots. Minaj’s mother, Carol Maraj is a descendent of the Afro-Trinidadian community. In a conversation with a daily, Nicki Minaj had shared that her last name is Maraj.
Kenneth Petty was born in April 1978. Petty is a part of the music industry and has performed in Nicki Minaj’s videos for “Megatron” plus “Hot Girl Summer”. Minaj on Instagram announced that the duo was together in 2018.
His pet name is “Zoo” moreover he has had various problems with the law plus he had served prison time. Petty is a convicted murderer moreover is a listed sex offender. Minaj declared that she was pregnant with Petty’s baby in 2020.
Nicki and Petty’s son is of three-months-old now and is a cherubic toddler. In the pictures, he has been draped in the best of the clothes, and is seen giving the most lovable expressions and is the apple of his parents’ eyes.
Nicki Minaj had shared the post with a deep message which was addressed to #PapaBear, thanking him for choosing her to be his mama. Futher, she wished everyone a happy and prosperous New Year. And acknowledged the fans for their constant love and support throughout the journey.
She further said that becoming a mom was by far the most fulfilling job she has ever taken on. She sent her love to all the superhero mothers out there plus huge hugs to all the women who have been pregnant in this challenging period.
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