Nicki Minaj Clarifies Sex Offender Accusations Against Her New Boyfriend – Details Here!
This story has been brewing in the background for a few days but with such serious allegations, facts are paramount. Nicki Minaj herself in this case has attempted to set the facts straight. After a series of post featuring her new boyfriend who internet sleuths have revealed is a registered sex offender, fans thought Nicki Minaj must have lost her mind. Hours before her social media posts it was reported that her new boyfriend, Kenneth Petty, was a registered sex offender in the State of New York. Upon hearing the news confirmed that Nicki’s boyfriend was a sex offender, some fans wondered about her judgement, others called it career suicide.
Nicki upon hearing all the chatter and seeing comments filling up by the seconds decided to respond. She posted a nearly naked photo in bed with Kenneth Petty captioned, “Oh they wanna talk? Let’s give’m smthn to talk about.” See her post below.
A fan who seems to be well versed in the case defended Kenneth Petty and Nicki Minaj’s relationship choice in a comment, “Wait y’ll calling this man a rapist but it happened in 1994, meaning he was 16 or 17 and the girl was a 16 year old, must’ve been a white girl.”
Nicki responded to the fan’s comment with her own, “He was 15, she was 16 … in a relationship. But go awf, Internet. Y’all can’t run my life. Y’all can’t even run y’all own life. Thank you boo.”
Nicki Minaj’s new boyfriend Kenneth Petty it turns out was reportedly convicted of attempted rape for an incident that happened with a 16-year-old girl in September 1994. According to The Blast, New York State Department of Corrections records shows he was also convicted of manslaughter, for an incident that happened in 2002.
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