Nicki Minaj Channels 'Pulp Fiction,' Talks Motherhood in 'Vogue Italia'


Even as the ass jungle-themed "Anaconda" video continues to rack up views and parodies, fashion chameleon Nicki Minaj is moving on to a new look for the cover of Vogue Italia.

Sporting a black bob that falls between Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction and Liza Minnelli in Cabaret, Minaj looks like a bad-ass fashion designer in her chic, edgy cover shoot (photographed by Francesco Carrozzini for L'uomo Vogue).

But while Minaj looks all business on the cover, she got extremely personal on the inside, admitting she might take time off from her career to start a family.

"I have given myself a time limit to take my professional satisfaction. I do not want to work all my life and never experience the joys of a family," Minaj told Vogue, as translated by Google Translate. "It is not time yet, but when I decide to get married and become a mother I would like to take a break and devote myself completely to my child."

If and when Minaj becomes a mother, you know that kid is going to be well-behaved -- no child would dare stand up to a scolding from her British alter-ego Roman.


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