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Meek Mill 'wishes' Nicki Minaj was pregnant

10 July 2015, 09:45

Los Angeles - Meek Mill ''wishes'' Nicki Minaj was pregnant.

The 28-year-old rapper dismissed speculation the 32-year-old singer is carrying his baby but admits he wants to have children ''sooner or later'' with the 'Starships' hitmaker.

Speaking to Eminem's online radio station Shade 45, Meek said: ''Nicki ain't pregnant. But yeah, I wish...I already tweeted that five years ago, so it should be happening later. Sooner or later, when we ready for that.''

When Nicki heard from fans what Meek had said in his interview, however, she quickly took to Twitter to insist she isn't going to have a child before she's married, and also revealed the 'Amen' hitmaker had omitted that part of the story when he told her how the interview went.

The 'Anaconda' rapper - whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj - shared: ''He always hit me after the interview and give me the run down. He ain't mention that part tho.

''No matter what he, or anyone else says, Onika Tanya Maraj won't be pushing anyone out her vajayjay, until she's married. Now check that (sic)''.

Considering she and Meek are engaged to be married, it may not be long before she has children.

The hip-hop couple got engaged after just two months of dating, and Nicki was flooded by messages of congratulations after she showed off her large heart-shaped white and yellow diamond engagement ring on Instagram in April.

- BangShowBiz


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