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Nicki Minaj’s father dies in a traffic accident


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Nicki Minaj, the world star, today received shocking news of the death of her father, Robert Marag, at the age of 64, after he was involved in a traffic accident.

Nicki Minaj’s father dies in a collision

International media and US police reports announced the death of the father of rapper Nicki Minaj, who is 64, after being hit by a car in New York, according to police, who reported that Nicki Minaj’s son was taken to a hospital in the region and was in critical condition, and then died. He suffers from wounds sustained in the accident, which is still being investigated. No person has been arrested so far.

Details of the death of Nicki Minaj’s father

Reports revealed that Nicki Minaj’s father Robert Marage was walking along a road in Minola, Long Island, at 6:15 p.m., and Nassau County police said on Friday that when a car hit him, they continued to drive and the driver fled, and Marag was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead on Saturday. And the police require any witnesses to the fatal accident to testify to determine the perpetrator’s identity.

Nicki Minaj has not yet commented on the death of her father or on the mysterious accident that he was subjected to, and she received dozens of letters of sympathy from her fans who sympathized with her after the news was published moments ago, and it is reported that Nicki Minaj, 38, was born as Onika Tania Marag in Trinidad and grew up in the neighborhood Queens, New York City.

Nicki Minaj welcomes her first child

Nicki Minaj welcomed her first child last October, and the 37-year-old rap icon took to social media at the time to share her first glimpse of the newborn baby in a post wishing a happy anniversary for her husband Kenneth Beatty on Wednesday, where the wife and mother wrote “Memory Happy, my love.” The audience is awaiting her new comment on the communication sites after the tragic accident that her father was exposed to, which led to his death.


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