Nivea’s relationships with famous exes are far from “Complicated”.
The singer pursues love on “Queens Court”, Peacock’s new reality dating show, with Terius “The-Dream” Nash, the fathers of both Lil Wayne (née Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.) and their children, exclusive to Page Six. He says he immediately supports his decision to leave. ”
“I told Wayne about it. It was like, ‘Oh, wow, do your job. I know it’s going to be a great experience,'” he says, recalling a conversation he had with the 40-year-old “Lollipop” rapper, with whom he shares his 13-year-old son, Neal.
“He was just cheering for me,” the Grammy-nominated star adds.
Meanwhile, 41-year-old Nivea says she’s excited to see The-Dream’s brilliant sense of humor shine on screen with her ex-wife, 45, with whom she shares her 17-year-old daughter Navy and 16-year-old twin sons London and Christian.
“Dream was like, ‘Oh, wow, this is insane. You will make everyone laugh!” says the mother of four.
“And they were just so supportive and I think like, ‘Who knows what will come of this? Why?'”
Nivea, who gained fame in the early years with a series of hit singles including “Don’t Mess With My Man”, “Laundromat”, “Okay” and “Complicated”, joined “Queens Court” with her co-stars Tamar Braxton and Evelyn Lozada .
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The trio explored their connections with dozens of men to find out who worthy of being their “King”.
While both Braxton, 46, and Lozada, 47, were preoccupied with the series finale, Nivea finalists Mark “Mac” Anthony and Ty left crying – only after they learned to prioritize themselves when navigating romantic partnerships.
“The show helped me get to a place where I realized I was okay with being alone and took me on a journey of self-love for which I am truly grateful,” she explains.
“As great as all the guys are, especially Mac and Ty, there’s still more work to do and I really want to fall in love with myself again before I open up my world to another man.”
From the size of Nivea’s life, namely her legacy in the music industry, and her close co-parenting dynamics with Lil Wayne and The-Dream, artists who have each left an indelible mark on the hip-hop landscape, potential suitors are often intimidated. , rap and R&B.
“Always [been] different, whether it turns out [men] pretending to be unaffected or not caring at all, trying to compete, giving up completely after so long,” she says.
“Anyway. It’s a very unorthodox lifestyle.”
As men come and go, Nivea says her, Lil Wayne, and the “Falsetto” musician’s love for their children remains constant.
“Thank God honey for the people who co-created and made these babies,” she says.
“Because if it wasn’t for us – and I say this for every man and woman involved – we would all understand that this is about children and it’s a blessing.”
Lil Wayne also shares 24-year-old daughter Reginae with ex-wife Toya Johnson, son Dwayne with 14, Sarah Vivan, and son Kameron with 13 Lauren London.
The-Dream also welcomed their 13-year-old daughter Violet with her ex-wife Christina Milian and their younger sons Heir and Lord and daughters Maverick and Élysées and current wife LaLonne Martinez. Additionally, he shares a son with his ex Lydia Lam.
“Look how many of us are!” Nivea jokes that the modern family can feature their own unscripted dramas.
“I mean, they wouldn’t,” she admits. I would because that would be hilarious, right? But thank God we understand, my child, these babies [are] here and we respect each other as people and in the business world. So this is love.”
“Queens Court” is available for publication in Peacock.