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Nicki Minaj Reveals Losing A Child At 15, Opens Up About Family In New Song 'All Things Go' [LISTEN]

Rapper Nicki Minaj has revealed in her new song "All Things Go" that she lost a child when she was 15,  MTV says.

In the song, which was released the same day "The Pinkprint" album was released for pre-order, the private Minaj gives a peek at her personal life.

Part of Minaj's fifth song from her third album says, "I want 'Caiah to go to college, just to say 'We did it!'/My child with Aaron, would've been sixteen, any minute/So in some ways I feel like 'Caiah is the both of them/It's like he's 'Caiah's little angel looking over him."

The rapper did not go further with the details of losing her child at the time but she rapped about abortion in her 2008 song "Autobiography," according to Hollywood Life.

The song included the lyrics: "Please baby, forgive me, mommy was young, mommy was too busy tryna have fun/and now I don't pat myself on the back for sending you back."

Apart from the lost child, Minaj also revealed she was proposed to ten years ago, according to Billboard.

"Ten years ago was when you proposed/I looked down... 'Yes, I suppose,'" said part of the lyrics.

She also shared her grief for losing cousin Nicholas in 2011, saying: "I lost my little cousin to a senseless act of violence/His sister said he wanted to stay with me but I didn't invite him/ Why didn't he ask? Or am I just buggin'? 'Cause since I got fame, they don't act the same even though that they know that I love them."

Minaj also mentioned how she misses being close to her mother, saying: "I love my mother more than life itself, and that's a fact/ I'd give it all, somehow if I could, just rekindle that/ She never understands, why I'm so overprotective/ The more I work, the more I feel like, somehow they're neglected."

Listen to Nicki Minaj's "All Things Go" below.

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