Minaj, 38, shared several snaps of herself with Rihanna, 33, who was enjoying some sort of double date night with their husbands, Kenneth Petty and A $ AP Rocky.
They were joined by the soon-to-be-one-year-old son of Minaj and Petty, whose name has not yet been announced. Minaj has lovingly referred to her little boy as “Papa Bear” on several occasions.
“# RokNRiha # QueenRih # CaribbeanGirlsRunit Love her downnnnnnn # NewYorkS – t # YKTFV”, Minaj labeled a group picture of all five together on a small one Couch.
It is unclear exactly when the date night took place because Minaj had posted photos of herself, Petty and her son in the same outfits three days earlier.
The rapper “Anaconda” also has a video Uploaded in selfie style where she and Rihanna blow kisses and fix her hair.
At one point in the video, Rihanna dropped some island tea by revealing that the people of Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago, where the girls come from individually, historically don’t get along.
“You know the Bajans Don’t like Trinis? “Asked Rihanna, whereupon Minaj gasped audibly. “And Trinis doesn’t like Bajans. They draw a line in the ocean over flying fish. “
Rihanna promised to explain to Minaj” another night “more about the hostile islands. Hopefully the two will share more content together when that night happens.
Earlier this year, Rihanna was crowned a billionaire and named the richest musician, according to Forbes, with an estimated net worth of $ 1.7 billion.
Interestingly, most of Rihanna’s fortune comes from her Fenty Beauty business – not from their endless hits on the charts. According to Shannon Coyne, co-founder of consumer products consultancy Bluestock Advisors, this is in large part due to Savage x Fenty’s focus on inclusivity.
“A lot of women felt that there weren’t any lines to match their skin tone. It was light, medium, medium dark, dark, ”Coyne Forbes explained. “We all know that’s not the reality.”
“[Rihanna] was one of the first brands to come out saying, ‘I want to talk to all these different people.’” “
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