From Black Voices — On Friday rappers Nicki Minaand Drake, pulled big practical joke on the Internet. The Young Money rappers, both protegees of Lil Wayne, have been rumored to be dating ever since Drake’s single “Miss Me” was released and he rapped, “I love Nicki Minaj,I told her I’d admit it/I hope one day we get married/just to say we f***ing did it.” The two decided it would be fun to blow more air on the rumor mill via Twitter.

Drake wrote on the social networking site, “Baby I am never scared. PROUD is more the would I would use.” The quirky Nicki Minaj retweeted her label mate and added, “Yes it’s true Drake and I tied the knot.”

With the way marriage has become the trend in hip hop in the last six months, is was easy to believe that Drake and Nicki jumped the broom. But for only for about 10 minutes, when insiders started to dispel the rumor and pretty soon every one thought it was joke. The following day Nicki later tweeted the marriage had been “annulled,” but it left many wondering if that was really something to joke about?

Although Nicki and Drake have a fabricated relationship, people who are involved in an intimate relationships need to know there are some things you don’t make light of.

Here is a countdown listing the 5 things ladies should never joke about with their men.

5) “I think I might be into girls.”
Ladies, don’t act like you don’t know that most guys like girls who like girls. If you are telling this little white lie to see if it turns your man on, you may be leaving your man disappointed when you say “just kidding.” Playing with a man’s sexual fantasies is like a man playing with your emotions.

4)We should get married.”
More than likely, if you’re joking about this, you’re half serious. Telling a man you are ready to get married in order to feel out where he stands might backfire on you. Even after you say you’re bluffing your man will think you’re serious and he may begin to fall back from the relationship, scared to take that leap.

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