Nicki Minaj drops hints of being pregnant, social media goes into a frenzy. Nicki Minaj’s fans are so sure they can read between the lines after a couple of mysterious social media posts have reignited the pregnancy rumours. Rapper Nicki Minaj has driven her fans, called the Barbz into a frenzy on social media after dropping hints that many thoughts is suggesting at a pregnancy.
Nicki took to social media on Sunday to post an Instagram story that was simply a red heart emoji followed by the praying hands emoji. She later posted a picture of her and her husband, Kenneth Petty with the same set of emojis from her Instagram story.
A curious fan tweeted Nicki, asking, “I wonder what the emojis are for, what you celebrating”? Nicki replied, “Life,” followed by the prayer hands, balloon, and heart face emojis. Nicki has always been open about her desire to have her own family in the future. The rapper seems to have found happiness and has settled down with her husband Petty.
Naturally fans are eagerly waiting for the pregnancy announcement. Speaking on her radio show last year, Minaj said, “I’m not saying I’m pregnant. That’s the end goal. I think I have what I was striving for, just happiness.”
Now the fans are sure Nicki certainly has a bun in the oven. While Nicki has not confirmed or denied the pregnancy claims from the fans, the Barbz are so certain that Nicki is with child, they are already picking names and genders.
One fan wrote
NICKI MINAJ JUST ADMITTED SHE’S PREGNANT, WHAT WE NAMING THE CHILD YALL
I vote Fendianna
While another one wrote
SHES PREGNANT!!!!! Finally we meet NICKI’s SON
Life 🙏🏽🎈🥰 https://t.co/YbDLoq4LR8
— YIKES (@NICKIMINAJ) February 17, 2020
Source – iHarare
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