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Pregnant Nicki Minaj Reveals She Had the ‘Worst Morning Sickness of All Time’

Just last week, Nicki Minaj revealed that she is pregnant with her first child. Now, the rapper is giving fans a look into her pregnancy thus far.

Back in February, the then-secretly preggers Minaj flew down to Trinidad to honor her roots at the country’s annual Carnival festivities. In an Instagram post shared on Thursday (July 30), the “Barbie Dreams” artist revealed that during her trip, she “had the worst morning sickness of all time.”

“Didn’t know morning sickness could last all day either,” she continued. “But nevertheless, this is one of the pics I took b4 you could see my lil baby bump.”

Minaj revealed her pregnancy through a series of professionally-shot baby bump photos. “Love. Marriage. Baby carriage. Overflowing with excitement & gratitude. Thank you all for the well wishes,” Minaj captioned one of them.

She and husband Kenneth Petty have yet to reveal the baby’s gender or her due date.

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