Nicki Minaj’s Sex Offender Husband Wants Back On The Internet

March 14, 2020 / Posted by:

In case you were wondering why Kenneth Petty (a.k.a. Nicki Minaj‘s husband / worst career move, in a series of bad career moves) is not allowed to surf the net, it’s because he’s a sex offender. Not allegedly. An actual, (finally) registered sex offender. If you care to cast your minds back to earlier this month, you’ll remember that Kenneth got into trouble for failing to register as a sex offender (for a crime committed in the 1990s) in California where the happy couple now live together. As such, he is now caught up in a pending legal case and cannot use the world wide web––and [cue the violins] he’s not happy about it.

TMZ has obtained legal documents submitted by Kenneth in which the creepy trophy husband begs (BEGS!) a California judge for him to be permitted to surf the internet, something he’s not allowed to do thanks to the terms of his pretrial release in the above pending case. According to the documents, the prosecutors in the case have already agreed to sign off on Kenneth’s request––so now it all depends on the decision of the judge. Hopefully, Judge Judy is doing some freelancing gigs in between filming her show in California and can step in to provide some swift no-nonsense justice.

Whew! Nicki is going to have to do a hell of a lot more surprise all-girl school visits to de-tarnish her current shit-stained PR nightmare of a career, (only this time, maybe she’ll do the sensible thing and leave the husband at home).

Why would a sex offender need to get on the internet so desperately? To check his Venmo accounts to make sure Nicki’s allowance comes through on time? To shop on Amazon in search of…. honestly, I don’t even know enough NON-GROSS stuff about this guy to write any other jokes.

It sounds like Nicki has a serious case of dickmatization over this Petty character. It seems like anything he asks her to do, she’ll do. And his for him…he continues to show his true skeez by acting like rules and laws don’t apply to him just because he’s hitched himself to a famous person.

Hopefully, one of these two excellent decision-makers manages to wake up real soon.

Pic: Instagram

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