Kelis Would Like People To Stop Asking Her What She Thinks About Nas And Nicki Minaj

September 20, 2017  |  

Some people might be taking this possible Nicki Minaj and Nas relationship a lot harder than most folks, and that includes the legendary MC’s ex-wife, Kelis.

Nas and Kelis, Nicki and Nas


Ever since pictures and videos of them hugged up, being flirty and even possibly kissing over the last few months surfaced, some people have been thinking about Kelis and what a cute couple she and Nasty Nas were. But in case you were wondering how she’s handling news that he may have possibly moved on with another talented Queens rapper, you’ll be glad to know that she seems to have more important things to think about. Like getting back-to-back fly haircuts:

Yay haircut! lol

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After followers started commenting on her Instagram page recently, bringing up their old relationship and venting about it, Kelis didn’t respond with her own two cents, but she liked the comment of one person who pretty much said that the singer could care less about who her ex-husband is with. Of course, the comment was shrouded in a bit more shade:

For the record, Nas and Kelis were married from 2005 to 2010. She filed for divorce in 2009 after he reportedly cheated, and decided to move on when she was seven months pregnant with their son, Knight. She has since found love with and married real estate agent Mike Mora and gave birth to a son with him named Shepherd in 2015.

When speaking on her ex four years ago to a fan who said they were hopeful Kelis and Nas would reunite, the “Milkshake” singer shut down all possibility of that.

“I divorced his cheating behind lol,” she said. “I don’t want him back at all thank you very much. But thanks for the concern boo lol”

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