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Nicki Minaj’s new boyfriend is a registered sex offender

By Reuters
11 December 2018   |   2:22 pm
40-year-old Kenneth Petty has convictions for manslaughter and attempted rape. Minaj has posted photos of the two of them on her Instagram account.

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