Nicki Minaj posted a cryptic message about love and soul mates on her Instagram account Tuesday after sparking split rumors with boyfriend Meek Mill. Last week, the "Anaconda" singer addressed rumors about her engagement with Mill, leaving fans wondering if she and the Philadelphia rapper have broken up.
In her post Tuesday, Minaj shared a photo of a quote, with the caption: "Yikes."
Minaj appeared on “Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Thursday, where she was asked about her relationship with Mill. The 33-year-old discussed about her rings, which were speculated to be engagement rings, saying that its one of two gifts from “this boy that likes me.” She later explained that “this boy,” whose name she did not mention, is well off to gift her the massive rings.
Minaj later told DeGeneres that she and Meek Mill are “still figuring each other out” adding that she would prefer saying that she is "single."
The interview came just weeks after Minaj professed her love for the "House Party" rapper, who is currently under house arrest, during a concert in South Africa.
Since Mill was sentenced to 90 days of house arrest after being found guilty of violating his probation, which stemmed from drug and gun charges in a 2008 conviction, rumors about the couple's split have surfaced.
Last month, TMZ reported that there were tensions between Mill and Minaj over the former's legal trouble but they had gotten back together after a brief break.
Hollywood Life also reported, citing a source, that Minaj was worried Mill will “cheat on her” when she leaves him to go on her tour.
“People see Nicki as this superwoman who has the golden life but what they don’t know is that she still has feelings and she’s not immune from getting hurt,” the source told Hollywood Life. “She was nervous to leave Meek alone while she went to South Africa because she thought he’d cheat on her.”
However, Minaj debunked the split rumors by posting photos on Instagram with Mill. But her recent interview with DeGeneres raised doubts over the couple's relationship status.