Nicki Minaj sends fans into a frenzy with baby bump photograph

Beyoncé earned herself the most liked Instagram post of all time with the announcement of her pregnancy earlier this week, and Nicki Minaj has come with an answer to the singer's iconic pose.

But while some sent their congratulations, others were fast to point out that the image was probably Photoshopped. Mystery! If some of his fans congratulated him, others wondered about this pregnancy.

The caption reads: 'ATBIMS.? y'all so childish Omgskibbidybopbopghjhddfnjj - I was gonna wait to share the news but...' One fan commented, "Omg congrats!" Revealed the indiscreet. However, the rapper used the hashtag "ATBIMS" meaning "All these bitches are my son" that she uses frequently in his songs to say she is the mother and queen of rap. "You look attractive!" A second fan posted, "Are you going to have a boy or girl?" In December, Nicki turned 34 - and a source revealed that all she wanted for her birthday was a baby. Another fan added, "Omg u lucky Lady who is the Daddy???"

Before they broke up, rapper Meek Mill teased that they were expecting a baby, writing on his Snapchat: "I ain't tell ya'll about her being preg... nvm lol". But then she posted a picture with Drake. When the paparazzi asks if he's spoken to Nicki since the robbery, he responds, "You're asking too many f*****g questions about my personal life".

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