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Nicki Minaj’s Boyfriend Admits He’s Guilty As Fuck

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Nicki Minaj‘s boyfriend has a need for speed and driving without a license.

Kenneth Petty, Nicki’s boy toy, is pleading guilty to aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. He appeared in a New York court this week to address his case. According to TMZ, Petty was seen speeding through a stop sign, in Long Island. The incident happened on September 13 and was witnessed by an officer, who then pulled the man over. In the police report, it states that after the stop,  the officer then discovered that Petty’s license was suspended.

Following his appearance in court, the judge has ordered Petty to pay a $88 fine. He is also being required to clear his license.

Prior to his most recent case, Petty was convicted of first-degree attempted rape and manslaughter. He served seven years in prison for his case regarding manslaughter and was released in May 2013. Both Petty and Minaj have been a public item since December, with Minaj frequently referring to her new man as her “husband.”

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