Nicki Minaj throlls her fans with pregnancy photos

Judith QuinnFeb 07, 2017

One fan thought the baby daddy was probably Drake or Lil Wayne, writing, "But she just broke up with Meek Mill".

United States rapper, Nicki Minaj is now causing confusion online.

Just days after her friend Beyonce dropped the news of her pregnancy on Instagram, Nicki Minaj trolled her 73 million followers. It's clear that the picture was a joke, but fans were still unreasonably hopeful.

Last week, Beyonce confirmed her pregnancy via one account Instagram by posting a attractive picture where she reveals her baby bump.

Many stars congratulated Queen B for her second pregnancy including rapper Nicki Minaj.

The caption reads: 'ATBIMS.? y'all so childish Omgskibbidybopbopghjhddfnjj - I was gonna wait to share the news but...'

"Ever since she was a little girl, she's always dreamed of being a mother - and that's something Nicki wants", a source previously revealed to Hollywood Life. ATBIMS, according to XXL Mag is an acronym for "all these bitches is my sons", a catchphrase the NYC MC commonly uses on her songs like "Did It on 'Em". The rapper recently separated from her fiancé Meek Mill and could well be pregnant.

Nicki Minaj doesn't have a bun in the oven, although she tricked some fans into believing she was pregnant.

He wrote: 'I ain't tell ya'll about her being preg... nvm lol.' (sic).

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