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Rappers Remy Ma and Papoose are expecting again. The power couple is expecting their second child after welcoming daughter Reminisce 18 months ago.

Papoose shared the news on Fox Soul's Out Loud With Claudia Jordan on Monday, July 6, explaining: "I love being with my family. I get to spend so much time with my amazing wife and my amazing daughter. I'm just making the best out of it, and we're moving forward."

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Of the coronavirus lockdown, he added that "some good things are coming out of this. We’re going to have a new child real soon."

Remy and Papoose both have grown children from previous relationships.

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On Father's Day earlier this year, Remy shared a heartfelt tribute to her other half as she reflected on his skills as a dad, writing on Instagram:

"I've never in my life saw a man so happy to be a father. The entire pregnancy you were smiling from ear to ear and documenting EVERYTHING! BOTH, I and @ReminisceMacKenzie are in love with you LOL. Thank you for being a great father to our baby and all our grown kids as well. We love you Daddy."

The rappers originally wed in 2008 while Remy was serving six years behind bars for assault, weapons possession and attempted coercion.

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Offset has asked a judge to give his 4-year-old daughter Kalea, his surname in his ongoing paternity case with one of his baby mamas.

The 28-year-old Sagittarius is pictured above with his wife, Cardi B, their daughter, Kulture, and his daughter, Kalea.

The Migos rapper, real name Kiari Cephus, filed legal papers, obtained by TMZ, in a Fulton County, Georgia courtroom, requesting that his daughter take his last name Cephus.

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Offset acknowledges he's the biological father of Kalea, who was born in 2015 to Nicole Marie Algarin. However, the single mom named the girl Kalea Marie Algarin, which does not sit well with the star, who wants his daughter's last name changed to his.

He is also requesting joint legal and physical custody of their daughter.

The move comes after Nicole, who goes by the stage name Shya L'amour, filed papers last October asking for more child support from the millionaire rapper.

Offset claims he is already paying enough support and says both parties should be financially responsible for their daughter.

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Kalea is Offset's fourth kid - he has two sons, Jordan and Kody, from previous relationships.

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Victoria's Secret model Lais Ribeiro was spotted hanging out after dining with her fiancé Joakim Noah and their kids at Malibu hot spot Cafe Habana on Wednesday.

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The 29-year-old Brazilian model has a 12-year-old son, Alexandre, from a previous relationship.

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Lais, who is this month's Morning Glory, doesn't seem pleased to share her man with the other woman in his life, his 3-year-old daughter, who was born in September 2016.

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Out of 45 photos in this set, Lais does not interact warmly with the little girl. Her body language in these photos says it all.

Few people know that the 35-year-old NBA star has a daughter from a previous relationship. The child's mother is either Leticia Busso, a real estate broker in NYC, or Kristen Ledlow, a sports reporter.

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Lais and Yoakim began dating in 2018. Men are notorious for giving the cold shoulder to other men's children in new relationships. But women can also be petty when it comes to other women's kids.

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Celebrity stylist Tameka Foster emailed Sandrarose.com to correct some misinformation in my post about her sons, titled "Usher recreates magazine photo shoot with his sons for Father's Day."

I incorrectly wrote:

"Usher and [Tameka] Foster have worked together to co-parent their sons. Foster moved from Atlanta to L.A. so their sons would not have to fly coast to coast for visitations with her every month."

Tameka responded, writing:

Good morning Sandra,

It's Tameka. Hey girl hey.... Thank you for posting about my boys. But the post is a bit negative and inaccurate.

Usher and I share the boys 50/50. They are with me half of the time, if not more than half. Primary custody has to do with "tie breaking" decision making re: school, religion, health, extra curricular. We agree on those things and I’m involved in the decisions. Which was never really a debate anyway. I didn’t move to visit my kids. LOL. We moved to be closer to their Dad so HE didn’t have to commute, he was already there. I’m from Cali so it’s great. I pray you’re well and staying safe.

Thanks Sandra.

It was not my intention to post negative or misinformation about Tameka.

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Usher Raymond recreated a magazine photo shoot with his 2 sons Usher Raymond V, 12, and Naviyd Ely Raymond, 11, in a TikTok video for Father's Day.

The 41-year-old R&B crooner was awarded primary custody of the boys after a bitter court battle with ex-wife Tameka Foster in 2012.

Since then, Usher and Foster have worked together to co-parent their sons. Foster moved from Atlanta to L.A. so their sons would not have to fly coast to coast for visitations with her every month.

Usher, Shakira, Coldplay and more are set to perform during a star-studded virtual concert to highlight the impact the coronavirus has made globally.

The concert will livestream on June 27, and will feature performances by Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber, Quavo, Miley Cyrus, Chloe x Halle, and more.

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Tameka "Tiny" Harris thanked her husband of 10 years, rapper Tip "T.I." Harris in a Father's Day post on Instagram on Monday.

The 44-year-old mother-of-5 thanked her main man for their combined 8 children, writing:

"I wanna thank you for our Amazing blended family. My Luvs Messiah, Domani, Deyjah to our 4 babies King, Leiah, Major, Heiress to my kid u loved & took care of as your own Zonnique!! The best parts of my life!! Happy Father’s Day to my man... I love U Big Daddy."

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Tiny's followers were impressed that Tiny remains faithful to her man after the well-publicized drama in their lives over the years. But he's a good provider to his blended brood.

In another post, Tiny also paid tribute to her late father, Charles "Speedy" Pope, who passed away in 2013.

"Hey good looking fella!! Happy Heavenly Father’s Day! My creator!! My twin!! Miss u dearly! #SpeedyWasTheMan ... #WhereIGetItAllFrom ... #StaightFromAuburnAve.”
 


 

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Rappers Cardi B and Offset shared a passionate kiss as they celebrated Father's Day with their entire families at Tao restaurant in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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While Cardi celebrated with her gente at the family dinner, Offset snuck off to purchase a few bouquets of flowers to present to his wife, Cardi B.

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Her reaction was priceless as her baby daughter Kulture presented her mommy with a single rose.

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The family was celebrating two special occasions, Father’s Day and a birthday for one of Cardi B's younger family members.

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Love and bliss was in the air as family man Offset flew in his other children by multiple baby mamas to celebrate the special day with their dad.

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Kandi Burruss broke down in tears while trying to explain police brutality to her 4-year-old son, Ace Tucker.

On Wednesday's episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star got emotional while explaining an adult conversation with her toddler, who previously dressed up as a police officer for "Career Day" at his school.

Kandi said her son asked her if cops were "the bad guys" now.

"Now, isn't that crazy to have to explain that to a 4-year-old?" Kandi told Cohen and Tamron Hall via Skype. "For you to be black and have to worry about the police being the bad guys? I know y'all say I cry all the time, but that's an emotional thing for me," the reality star said through tears.

Speaking to Cohen directly, Kandi said, "I know you care about us, but you don't have to think about that ... That's something that we have to think about for our sons."

Kandi also said hr 17-year-old daughter, Riley, unfollowed her white friends who refused to discuss racial politics on their timelines.

"She is very opinionated. She was like, 'OK. I am unfollowing every single friend or person that is not black who is not speaking up about this, who is not showing that they are an ally with our community.'"
 

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Ciara Wilson shared a sweet video of her husband, NFL quarterback Russell Wilson, styling their daughter Sienna's hair.

The 31-year-old father-of-2 is seen brushing Sienna's 3c natural hair into a bun.

Ciara captioned the video:

"My Beautiful Black Man and My Beautiful Black Princess...

Worship and Hairstyling #Sunday."

Ciara, who is expecting the couple's 2nd biological child, commented on the fears she has for her 6-year-old son, Future Zahir, in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder at the hands of a white police officer.

"My sweet Baby Boy. I pray that when you get older A CHANGE will finally have come!! I'm going to keep my FAITH! I'm praying that the losses of our Black Kings and Queens won’t be in vain. Enough is Enough! I'm praying for UNITY! I'm praying for the powers that be to unite and decide that it's time for a change!"

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Magic Johnson and his wife, Cookie Johnson, celebrated his son EJ Johnson's 28th birthday with an intimate family dinner on June 4.

The next day, the proud father-of-three posted a family photo of EJ and his eldest son, Andre Johnson. Magic and Cookie also have a daughter, Elisa Johnson.

Magic captioned the photo: "The family had an amazing dinner at the house to celebrate E.J.'s birthday yesterday."

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Jamie Otis looked around her home and was surprised to see her daughter's environment was "so WHITE!"

Jamie made a decision to educate herself on how to combat racism by making important purchases for her 2-year-old daughter, Henley "Gracie" Hehner.

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Jamie and her husband, Douglas Hehner, recently welcomed a baby boy.

"One of the first things I realized is change starts at home, with our children," the Married at First Sight cast member captioned an Instagram slideshow on Sunday.

"And our home is so WHITE. All of Gracie's toys are white (except for a cute doll our Fran @msjay1964 sent when she was born), her books are filled with white characters & most of the shows she watches are with white kids.? So, we bought Gracie her first black baby doll & some books where black kids shine."

The former reality star added: "Of course she doesn't even realize her new baby is black. Children are so innocent it's beautiful. I want her to continue to love without even thinking about skin tones."

Jamie, 33, decided to educate herself on racial issues after a Black man was killed in police custody in Minneapolis, sparking riots and looting across America.

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Keyshia Cole shared photos of her adorable son, Tobias, on Instagram.com recently. The 38-year-old mom-of-two shares Tobias with her boyfriend, Niko Khale, an up-and-coming rapper.

In video clips, the R&B singer encouraged little Tobias to say hi to her fans. "Say hi," she said as Tobias waved to the camera.

Keyshia also has a 10-year-old son, Daniel Gibson, Jr., with former NBA star Daniel Gibson. The couple separated in 2014.

Keyshia is best known for her second studio album Just Like You that went platinum and is her highest-selling album to date.
 

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Rick Ross has filed for joint custody of the children he shares with ex-girlfriend Briana Camille.

Brianna slapped the rapper with a paternity lawsuit after he stopped paying her child support for their kids, Berkeley and Billion.

Ross, whose real name is William Roberts II, filed a countersuit citing Briana's "erratic behavior", accusing her of preventing him from seeing the children, and also keeping a company car that Ross loaned her.

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Ross seeks joint custody of the children -- a move that will reduce his child support by half.

The rapper was criticized for mocking Briana after a DNA test confirmed he is the father of Berkeley and Billion.

"I can't believe Fat Girl took the blood test, damn, they said she damn near fell running away from them people when they came to make her take the blood test," he said in a video clip posted on May 18.

Ross called Briana his "surrogate" in the caption, writing "Eyez dat baby papi!! My surrogate always delivers!!! Big Thank you #Fatgirl."

Briana is reportedly pregnant with Rick's 5th child. He has two other children, daughter Toie Roberts and son, William Roberts III, from previous relationships.

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris is disappointed that one of his sons has refused to appear on his Vh1 reality TV show The Family Hustle.

T.I. spoke with Big Bank and DJ Scream on their podcast show "Big Facts." T.I. explained that his son Domani Harris has chosen to take a different path to stardom and won't appear on The Family Hustle this season.

T.I., who shares Domani and six other children with his wife Tameka "Tiny" Harris, said Domani will not appear in the current season because he no longer wants to be associated with the show or with his dad.

T.I. said the 19-year-old left $85,000 on the table.

"That man gave up -- what was it for one season? I think it was $80,000 $85,000. They told him all you got to do is show up. Just for being in the background."

Even with production offering to limit his camera time, Domani declined to participate in the reality show.

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The aspiring rapper recently released the song "The Truth." In addition to following in his father's footsteps, he also took up acting and appeared in "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical."

T.I. said his son wants to embark on his own career path without any ties to the scripted reality show or his famous father.

The "King of the South" could not hide his disappointment.

"He real adamant about making his own path, you know what I'm saying? You know he has a keen intent to separate his legacy from my legacy."

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T.I., pictured center with sons Messiah Harris (left) and Domani, said he understood the teenager's decision, but he would never walk away from that much cash for basically doing nothing. He said his son is not a paper chaser like him.

"I wouldn't have given up any money. I wouldn't have let no money slide by, but I get it."

Question: Would you walk away from $85,000 to choose your own career path?

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Singer/songwriter David Crosby hit back at fan speculation that he only served as "sperm donor" for lesbian rocker Melissa Etheridge, 58, and her ex-partner Julie Cypher.

Etheridge's son, Beckett Cypher, died Wednesday of an opioid overdose after struggling with drug addiction for years. He was 21.

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Crosby, a co-founder of Crosby, Stills & Nash band, donated sperm so Cypher (left) could conceive son Beckett and daughter Bailey Cypher.

Etheridge, Crosby and Cypher were featured with their children, Bailey and Beckett, and Crosby's wife, Jan Dance (left), on a 2000 cover of Rolling Stone magazine as an example of a modern family (below).

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Crosby, 78, took to Twitter.com on Thursday to dispute allegations that he only served as the sperm donor and was not actively involved in his children' lives.

One fan wrote: "I respectfully point out, David was their donor... They did not have a son 'with' him. He was Melissa and Julie's child. They raised him. Like most donors, he played no other part."

Crosby responded: "Not true."

In a 1994 interview, Etheridge told The Advocate about her plans to have children with then partner Cypher.

She said she hoped having children would help society overcome their fears of homosexuals raising children.

"I think one of the many fears people have about homosexuality is around children. I think that the more gay parents raise good, strong, compassionate people, the better the world will be," she said.

But Cypher and Etheridge split in 2000. Etheridge went on to have twins in 2006 with new partner Tammy Lynn Michaels. They broke up in 2010 after dating 8 years.

Cypher has been married to a man, Matthew Hale, since 2004.