Nicki Minaj is showing a united family front in the wake of disaster. The 38-year-old Anaconda rapper proved she's sticking by her man, Kenneth Petty, after being sued by his attempted rape victim.
Minaj — who has kept her private life, well, private — took to social media on Thursday, smiling alongside Petty and showing off their 11-month-old son, who we still don't have a name for.
In almost a year, the rapper has rarely shown off her little boy. In fact, the first time she gave fans a glimpse of the tiny tyke was in June.
Ironically, Minaj is choosing now to give her followers a look inside her home life.
The Super Bass rapper made her followers stop and stare when she posted not one but two videos of her son.
Sitting with the almost one-year-old on her lap, Minaj held the camera up high while telling him that he's a "cute boy."
While she was clearly swooning over her only child, she made a bold statement when she brought Petty into the mix.
Holding her son, Minaj wore a huge smile while posing alongside the two most special men in her life.
With Petty embracing their son on camera, the rapper showed her love for the duo — making it clear that she's putting her family first despite the legal woes.
As Radar reported, Petty's alleged rape victim Jennifer Hough filed a lawsuit against Minaj and her husband, claiming they both "directly and indirectly intimidated" her.
She claims the couple and their associates have "threatened" and "harassed" her in an alleged attempt to get Hough to "recant her legitimate claim that Defendant Petty raped her."
In the lawsuit obtained by Radar, Hough alleges Minaj and Kenneth had their people offer money to her family — and even went as far as "offering to have Defendant Minaj record a birthday video for Plaintiff’s daughter."
One of the most shocking allegations is that members of the couple's inner circle allegedly offered Hough's family members "$500,000.00 in exchange for Plaintiff recanting her 1994 rape claim against Defendant."
Petty was convicted of trying to rape Hough in 1995.