Nicki Minaj has once again sparked rumours that she’s pregnant, after rapping about being a ‘mommy’ on a Chance The Rapper song.
The 36-year-old, who had fans speculating last month that she’s expecting, also hinted that she is engaged to her jailbird boyfriend Kenneth ‘Zoo’ Petty, 41.
Nicki teased the possible admissions in her verse for Chance’s track Zanies And Fools, which was released on Friday.
The Anaconda hitmaker raps: ‘I met my husband when I was 17 out in Queens / If you love it, let it go, now I know what that means.
‘He the Clyde to my Bonnie / ’bout to walk down the aisle and be a mommy. Oh, I remember when I cried like, ‘Why me?’ / Now I wouldn’t exchange my life for Armani.’
The fact that Nicki met Kenneth as a teenager only served to strengthen theories that she’s carrying a little Minaj Junior around with her.
Minaj used the verse’s last two bars as the caption for a series of Instagram snaps she posted of herself and Kenneth – who she has already obtained a marriage licence with.
Fans went wild on the interweb, with one user tweeting: ‘OMG AT THE END OF ZANIES AND FOOLS NICKI SAID SHE WAS PREGNANT LISTEN TO THE WHOLE THING LIKE 10 TIMES AND YOU’LL HEAR IT.
Another added: ‘THIS IS NOT A DRILL NICKI IS PREGNANT AND SHES GETTING MARRIED.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Nicki’s rep for comment.
Fans are already on high alert about a possible pregnancy after Nicki tweeted in June about not drinking alcohol.
Nicki was on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, where he took her on a ‘date’ to Red Lobster, the restaurant she used to work in before she hit the big time.
She tweeted: ‘For the record; that was iced tea in that lobsterita glass. No alcohol was consumed in the making of our dinner date.’
Nicki has faced backlash over her relationship with convicted sex offender Kenneth.
Her partner, known as Zoo, was convicted of attempted rape in April 1995, when he and his victim were 16.
Prosecutors stated he used a sharp object and tried to force the girl to have intercourse. He served around four years in prison, and was also later convicted of manslaughter for shooting a man, for which he served seven years.