The rapper told Complex that she's planning on becoming a mother after she releases her fifth album. For those keeping track at home, The Pinkprint is her third studio album.
"After the fifth, I’ll probably have my baby," the cover star told the magazine. "I wonder if I’m going to be one of those women who balances my child with a career. I always said, 'When I have my baby, it’s going to be all about my baby.' I don’t want the child feeling like they don’t have all of my attention, so I always said, 'I’m going to take a little break.' But we’ll see."
The "Anaconda" star did add that she's contractually obligated to release six albums, which means she won't necessarily be swapping her MC status for motherhood for good. That said, she took pains to express her desire to be a parent.
"[My biggest fear is] that I’ll become so consumed with work that I’ll forget to live my personal life to the fullest," she added. "If I’m done with my fifth album and I don’t have a child by then, no matter how much money I have, I would be disappointed, as a woman, because I feel like I was put here to be a mother. I have definitely put off the wife thing because I don’t want people in my business. I’d rather not do anything that’s going to be on paper but I definitely will be married before I have my baby. I want to make sure I do it in that order. I’ve always felt like that since I was young; my mother always put that in my head. By the fifth album, I will have walked down the aisle and I will at least be on baby number one, possibly baby number two. And have $500 million."