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DJ Khaled asks Nicki Minaj: 'Will you marry me?'

Producer DJ Khaled took the liberty of borrowing MTV News' cameras to ask Miss Nicki Minaj a very important question: "Will you marry me?"

DJ Khaled asks Nicki Minaj: ‘Will you marry me?’

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U.S. rapper and singer-songwriter Nicki Minaj performs on "her Pink Friday Reloaded Tour," at Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. (AP Photo/SNPA, David Rowland)
U.S. rapper and singer-songwriter Nicki Minaj performs on "her Pink Friday Reloaded Tour," at Vector Arena in Auckland, New Zealand, Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. (AP Photo/SNPA, David Rowland) AP

Producer DJ Khaled–best know for his hit "All I Do Is Win"–borrowed MTV's cameras to ask Miss Nicki Minaj a very important question: “Will you marry me?”

Apparently the offer is as serious as serious gets. He knows how busy Minaj is and figured that this extension of love would really catch her attention. “I would have proposed to you last year,” he told cameras, “But things got better for me–I prepared for this day. So I went and got this ring. Nicki Minaj, will you marry me?”

Khaled said he doesn’t mind waiting to hear an answer from the superstar. As it says at the end of the proposal video: Your move, Nicki.

It should be noted that Nicki has never publicly dated anyone. She's previously been rumored to have had relationships with Lil' Wayne and Drake.

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