Nicki Minaj Gives Hints about Her Engagement with Meek Mill

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago

Nicki Minaj off late keeps on posting vague tweets and photos on her social media sites about her engagement with rapper Meek Mill. However, her latest post on Instagram showing the close image of her ring definitely screamed an upcoming wedding between the two. Read on to know the real deal about Minaj’s cryptic social media posts.

Minaj flaunted her ring with a big yellow heart-shaped diamond and, at the same time, her colorful long nails. Earlier, the 32-year-old pop star tweeted about posting something “later.”

A few moments later, Minaj updated her Instagram to show the ring. Was she referring to the ring’s photo on her tweet?

Then Minaj returned to Twitter again to post a series of emojis with a lot of heart-eyed smileys, a couple of yellow hearts, diamonds, hands and a see-no-evil monkey.

A day before the announcement, April 14, Minaj posted on Instagram to show her and Mill hanging out. The catch was Minaj motioning her fist to show a shiny ring. Because of fans’ nonstop inquiries about the ring, Minaj decided to tweet it “later.”

The famous couple started to grace the tabloids in February about their relationship. Minaj tried to sidetrack the rumors at first when she told Vogue that they were only “friends for a very, very long time.”

This is not the first time that the “Anaconda” star has been a subject for engagement rumors. DJ Khaled popped the question to Minaj previously but admitted that the proposal was just a hoax.

Mill has no official statement yet about the engagement rumors.

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