- Nicki Minaj is absolutely loving motherhood and took to social media to share her son's childhood progress
- The rapper refers to her son as 'Papa Bear' and rarely shares images of him so this had fans online excited about it
- She has previously shared photos of his foot and a glimpse of his face but this time Nicki is opening up
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US rapper Nicki Minaj is truly loving the journey of motherhood and shared a sneak peek for her loyal fans online. Nicki's son, whom she refers to as 'Papa Bear', is learning how to walk and he's super adorable.
In the footage, he's being held up by his father Kenneth Petty and Nicki is urging the baby to stand up on his own and walk. Nicki has been super private about life ever since she fell pregnant and her followers were happy to catch just a little glimpse of what's happening in her life.
"You wanna do all of that tonight?" Nicki is heard in the background, pushing the baby to make a move.
The rapper captioned the video with a teddy bear emoji, just to highlight that the little baby is her carebear. Nicki and Kenneth welcomed their baby in September.
After she gave birth, Nicki shared a picture of the baby's foot online and then she shared photos of his face in January. She's absolutely loving being a mother and the world loves this for her.
In other world celebrity news, YEN News reported that Ed Sheeran says his young daughter cries when she hears his music playing. Ed Sheeran is one of the most revered musicians globally, and he would have thought his music is good enough for his own blood.
However, according to the singer, his infant daughter, Lyra Antarctica, is not a fan of his music as he would have hoped. In an interview on BBC Radio 1, the singer said Lrya is not his number one fan and when he plays his music, she just cries.
"Now I'll sing to my daughter, who's not my biggest fan. She just cries," he said.
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