Nicki Minaj poked fun at recent pregnancy rumors by posting a meme on Instagram Thursday. The “Ananconda” singer gave rise to speculation that she is having a baby with boyfriend Meek Mill after she called him “my baby father” during an event earlier this month.
In the Instagram post, Minaj teased her fans by posting a picture of a pregnant woman with a caption, “Straight Outta Netflix & Chill,” referring to the film “Straight Outta Compton.” The movie, which is about an '80s American hip-hop group N.W.A., sparked online memes as fans began using its logo on their own pictures. Mill also joined the league by posting a similar meme.
Earlier this month, Minaj addressed Mill as “my baby father” at the First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, leaving fans wondering whether the two were having a baby. Before this, in early July, Mill went on DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show, where he denied his girlfriend was pregnant, but said, “I wish.”
Meanwhile, amid Minaj’s attempts to keep her fans guessing about her baby plans, the 32-year-old’s boyfriend continued his feud with rapper Drake.
On Thursday, Mill shared a video from “The Pinkprint” tour with Minaj on Instagram.
The Philadelphia rapper captioned the video: “Last night on the #pinkprinttour #aka #mygirltour Edmonton Canada! Glad 2 b apart of it,” a reference to Drake’s diss track “Back to Back,” which has a line questioning whether Mill was on a “world tour” or his “girl’s tour.”
The public fight between Drake and Mill began on July 21 after the "All Eyes on You" rapper took to Twitter and told people not to compare him to Drake because he doesn't write his own rap songs. Drake responded by releasing two diss songs, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back,” while Mill fired back with “Wanna Know.”
Fans speculated that the ongoing war of words may soon come to an end after Mill seemingly tried ending the feud in a lengthy Instagram comment. However, it appears that their fight may be never-ending.
On Wednesday, UrbanIslandz reported that Drake recorded a third diss song but did not release it as it could ruin Mill’s career. Drake, who criticized Mill for using Minaj to gain fame, had previously targeted him after rumors of Minaj’s pregnancy.