Nicki Minaj has set some pretty serious goals for herself.
In fact, they may have been a little too big, as the "Anaconda" singer explains to Ellen DeGeneres on Monday's show.
Back in September, the 32-year-old told Dazed Magazine that she won't take a break until she makes a half a million dollars. "I feel like when I reach my $500 million goal, then no other woman in rap will ever feel like they can't do what these men have done," she said.
Now she tells Ellen she was "kind of being funny" about the goal and, "I will have a family even if I don’t have $500 million but if I’m not taking a break for family it would have to be because of $500 million."
Ellen clarifies, "So if you get $500 million you're taking a break and if you don't get $500 million but have a family, you're taking a break?"
"Right," Nicki confirms. "Not now, but one day I want a little cute fat baby."
This is not the first time that Minaj talked about wanting a kid. She told Complex Magazine in November, "If I'm done with my fifth album and I don't have a child by then, no matter how much money I have, I would be disappointed, as a woman, because I feel like I was put here to be a mother.”
Nicki Minaj's third studio album The Pinkprint comes out today.