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.
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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?"
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"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 albumThe Pinkprint comes out today.