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Nicki Minaj: 'I don't want to be mean to people anymore!'

Published 07/04/2016

Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj won't have children until she "walks down a little aisle and wears a little white dress".

Nicki Minaj regrets her celebrity feuds.

The 33-year-old singer has locked horns with stars including Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus and Lil' Kim in the past. But now she's turned over a new leaf, and finds it tough to think back to the public rows she had with many of her peers.

Nicki took part in Facebook Live chat as she filmed The Ellen DeGeneres Show due to air on Thursday (07Apr16), when a fan asked her if she felt regret over the feuds.

“Yeah, all the time,” Nicki replied. “All my feuds I regret, because I’m a sweet person, and I don’t wanna be mean to people."

Another question saw a fan ask Nicki about her plans for having children.

"When are you going to produce a little Nicki?" the fan asked, before Nicki replied: "When I walk down a little aisle and wear a little white dress."

Meanwhile, during her interview with Ellen, Nicki was asked about her relationship with Meek Mill. The pair has sparked engagement rumours on numerous occasions, particularly when Meek splashed out on a heart-shaped diamond ring for his girl in April, 2015.

However, Nicki insisted the jewel is not a sign of a betrothal, and she has even bigger plans for what will end up being her engagement ring.

“That’s not my engagement ring though,” Nicki said of the heart ring. “He said that that’s my second ring and that if I get a third ring that that would be the engagement ring.

"Ya know, I don’t know. We’re still figuring each other out. And in fact, I don’t even want to say that I’m in a relationship anymore because I think when people hear that they go to like the mean place and try to like... not you (Ellen) though. I love you to death.”

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