New York female rap star Nicki Minaj whose real name is Onika Tanya Maraj took to her Instagram moments ago to show her fans for the first time what her son looks like.
Minaj gave birth to her first child, her son on September 30, fans have been wondering what the baby looks like ever since and also whats his official name, while we are blessed with new photos we are yet to know the government name of the baby.
Back in october, for her anniversary she posted a picture of her baby’s hand and wrote the following “Happy Anniversary, my love” as the caption.
Onika was congratulated by several celebrities, see her response below.
Today, January 2nd we are blessed with new photos and her fans are over the moon about the new pics.
Nicki who is now 37 years earlier faced much criticism after she got pregnant for her husband Kenneth Petty whose criminal history has been made accessible to the world after his elaborate wedding ceremony with the “Super Bass” singer.
Kenneth, who is labeled as a category 2 sex offender following rape charges faced in 1994, was 15 at the time of arrest, he also served time for his association in an unrelated manslaughter case.
Nicki defended her husband very boldly, protesting that he was unfairly accused and claimed that the victim in the rape case attempted to change her story after the trial but after being coerced with talks of possible jail time she decided against that. She also makes sure to disable the comment section for several posts she makes of her husband.
Nicki earlier posted a video on Instagram showing the trendy shoes that every baby born wants in hip hop royalty.
Kanye sent a lot of different styles to the new mom, consisting of several colors like yellow, grey, blue, and much more. Kanye also sent black and blue sneakers.
She writes, “What a lucky little infant 🥴 Thank you Team Yeezy/Adidas‼️‼️‼️🙏🎈♥️🎀 Thank you Dolce & Gabbana‼️‼️‼️🧸🎁🎀 so thoughtful of you guys. 🙏” the New York rapper earlier thanked Kanye and his wife in one more IG post after the couple sent her best wishes on entering maternity.