Nicki Minaj says she has sex '3 or 4' times a night with convicted sex offender boyfriend Kenneth Petty

The 36-year-old rapper boasted about their bedroom antics after a fan tweeted her and said: "Nicki probably getting d*** 6x a night and giggles when y'all keep saying 3."

Nicki retweeted the cheeky message and confirmed they are always at it, writing back: "3-4 on average"

She added: "6 is a bit much sis."

People were amazed by their high sex drive and one fan tweeted: ""GIRL OMG YOU WILD."

And another added: "FOUR? SHE GETTING DESTROYED."

Another person replied: "Are there meals in between? Or y'all just workin up an appetite?"

Petty is a registered sex offender who has served time for manslaughter and the attempted rape of a 16-year-old girl, according to US reports.

His criminal rap sheet came to light after Minaj posted a photo to her 96 million Instagram followers showing her leg draped around the bad boy.

The “Barbie Dreams” rapper shared the snap with the cryptic caption: “Did you ever make it out of that town where nothing ever happens.

She then added: “It’s no secret … that both of us … are running out of time.”

The new couple had reportedly recently returned from a getaway weekend to celebrate Minaj’s 36th birthday and were also pictured together last month.

According to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services , on September 16, 1994, the NYPD's Sex Offender Unit arrested Petty for “sexual intercourse” with a 16-year-old female.

Reports say the official conviction record states he used a “knife/cutting instrument (e.g., axe, ice pick, screwdriver, switchblade, Kung Fu stars, cane sword, etc.)” during the attempted rape.

He was sentenced to between 18 and 54 months in a state prison, but it’s unclear how much time he actually served. He remains a registered sex offender in the state of New York.

And Petty, who now works in the music industry, also spent seven years behind bars after he was found guilty of manslaughter in 2006, reports

According to the criminal complaint from the Queens County District Attorney, he pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter following the fatal shooting  of a man named Lamont Robinson.

The complaint states on April 27, 2002 at 12.30am, Petty shot Robinson “with a loaded handgin (sic) multiple times thereby causing his death.”

Officials originally charged Petty with murder in the second degree, but he struck a manslaughter deal with prosecutors and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, for which he served seven.

Court records indicate Petty was released in May 2013, and had been on supervised release for five years up until May last year.

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