When I opened my eyes from the operation, I started crying- Nicki Minaj shares how childhood trauma impacts parenting her son

Nicki Minaj discusses how the trauma she experienced as a child in Trinidad has influenced her parenting style with regard to her son.

In a recent interview with Interview Magazine, the “Do We Have A Problem?” rapper shared some specifics about the circumstances she encountered as a child.

The in-depth new interview is conducted with Jada Pinkett-Smith, a supporter of her music. Nicki Minaj, who now resides in New York, stated that she sees a reflection of herself in her son, which has led her to revisit some past suffering.

The musician Nicki Minaj said the ordeal began when she was just two years old. She was left in Trinidad at the time by her parents, and because she was so close to her mother, she developed the impression that she would return the following day. Before she saw her again, it would be two years.

“In fact, right before I came to the States, my mother had to come to Trinidad because I had to have an operation.

And when I opened my eyes from the operation, and I was maybe three years old going on four, I started crying because I didn’t know who this lady was,” she revealed.

She requested her cousin to enter the hospital room in a bout of terror because she could not identify her mother.

In 2020, Nicki and Kenneth Petty welcomed their first child, and she opened up about how challenging it was to have a child at the height of the Covid pandemic.

That was primarily brought on by her worry that her infant, whom she refers to as Papa Bear, would contract an infection.

“I love my son so much that I don’t know if it’s normal, but it seems unhealthy because I took too long to start working and leaving him to be watched by anyone, so now I have this real bad separation anxiety. So that’s not good,” she added.

SOURCE: www.Ghbase.com

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