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Halle Berry shared a rare peek into her personal life at home with her 2 children during the novel coronavirus outbreak in California.

The 53-year-old Oscar winner shared video footage of her son Maceo Martinez wearing a pair of her white high-heeled boots. In the video he is seen attempting to climb up the hardwood stairs while wearing his mother's boots.

Halle captioned the video: "#Quarantine Day 12."

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The video raised eyebrows amid concerned social media users who are still trying to process the news that Dwyane Wade's son, Zaya Wade, thinks he's a girl.

Child advocates shamed Halle for allowing the boy to play on the stairs in her boots. They say navigating stairs in high heels is risky even for women who have mastered the art of walking in heels.

Halle shares Maceo with French actor Olivier Martinez. The couple divorced in 2015.
 

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Comedian Mike Epps welcomed a baby girl - his fifth daughter - with his TV producer wife, Kyra Robinson. The 49-year-old girl dad took to Instagram on Sunday to introduce fans to his newborn.

The term "girl dad" was coined by the late NBA star Kobe Bryant who fathered four girls with his wife, Vanessa.

Alongside video footage of the baby girl appearing to roll her eyes at the camera, the proud dad wrote:

"Allow us to introduce to you our newest addition to the family........INDIANA ROSE EPPS she rollin her eyes all ready... we are so greatful [sic] God thank you for a healthy baby!"

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Epps was inundated with congratulatory messages from fans and famous friends alike, including fellow funnyman Martin Lawrence, who posted, "Congrats brotha! Nothin but love to you and your family".

"Precious... Blessed...," commented comedienne Wanda Sykes, and rapper/actor T.I. wrote, "Awwwe she's beautiful bro!! Congratulations to you and you lovely wife!!"

"WOWZERS!! BEAUTIFUL BABYGIRL! CONGRATULATIONS DAWLINGS (sic)!" added actress Vivica A. Fox.

Rappers Big Boi and Snoop Dogg, and singer Ashanti also sent well wishes to the Epps family online.

Little Indiana, who appears to have been named after Epps' native state, is the actor's first child with Kyra. The couple wed last summer.

Epps also shares two girls with his ex-wife Mechelle McCain Epps, and has two older daughters from a prior relationship.
 


 

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LeToya Luckett is pregnant with her second child. The former Destiny's Child star took to Instagram on Thursday, March 19, to announce she and husband Tommicus Walker are expecting a new addition to the family.

"Dear God, thank you. Growing & glowing in your light & love! Overjoyed & grateful for our little bundle," she captioned a photo of herself in a white dress on the rocks by the beach, showing off her blossoming bump.

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The happy news comes 14 months after the 39-year-old welcomed daughter Gianna in January, 2019. The couple is also parents to Walker's daughter Madison, 7, from his previous marriage.

Luckett and Walker were married in a lavish ceremony at Villa Antonia in Austin, Texas in December, 2017.

The singer joined up with Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and LaTavia Roberson to form Destiny’s Child in 1993, but she and Roberson were replaced by new members Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin after they expressed interest in hiring their own manager, outside of Beyonce's controlling father Mathew Knowles, in 2000.

Women who fall pregnant after age 34 are at increased risk for complications. A high-risk pregnancy is one that threatens the health or life of the mother and her unborn baby. It often requires specialized care.

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One of rapper Future's alleged baby mamas reportedly reached an out of court settlement with him for child support for their 1-year-old son Legend Wilburn.

Cindy Parker, who filed a paternity suit for child support against the rapper last year, filed a notice of non-suit on March 13, court documents show.

Insiders say Parker will receive between $9,000 and $11,000 a month for the care and maintenance of little Legend.

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Future, real name Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, 36, fathered 7 other children by multiple women. Two additional women came forward last year, claiming the virile rapper fathered their children.

Parker and Eliza Reign Seraphin reportedly took their toddlers to get a familial DNA test that confirmed the babies are siblings who share the same father.

Seraphin has put Future on blast on the blogs. He recently asked a judge to slap a gag order on her.

Parker is low-key and staying off the blogs. She posted photos of her son from a professional photo shoot on her Instagram. Everyone agrees the toddler looks like his alleged father.

Future is dating industry mattress Lori Harvey, 22, who is working on Future's baby number 10.
 

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Dwayne Johnson's daughter Simone Johnson is following in her famous dad's footsteps.

The 18-year-old has started training in Florida after signing with the World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE).

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Simone is Dwayne's firstborn daughter by his first wife Dany Garcia, 51. Dany married body builder Dave Rienzi in 2014.

Girl dad Dwayne shares 2 daughters with his current wife, Lauren Hashian.

Simone, shelved her college plans to carry on the legacy of her dad and her late grandfather, Canadian pro wrestler Rocky Johnson.

"It means the world to me," Simone said in a statement via WWE. "To know that my family has such a personal connection to wrestling is really special to me and I feel grateful to have the opportunity, not only to wrestle but to carry on that legacy."

Simone took to Instagram to share her dream come true on Monday.

"To the little girl who fell in love with wrestling & said 'this will be my life one day', this is for you. I'm humbled, grateful & ready to work. Let's do this."

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NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo is a first-time dad. The 25-year-old Milwaukee Bucks forward welcomed a son with longtime girlfriend Maraya.

Giannis announced the birth of his "baby Greek Freak" in a social media post on Monday. Giannis' nickname is "Greek Freak."

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The couple named their son Liam Charles Antetokounmpo, presumably after the American actor and the basketball legend.

Stephen A. Smith was among the notables congratulating Giannis on the birth of his son, tweeting "Congrats Giannis!!"

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Giannis' brothers Kostas (left) and Thanasis (center) both play in the NBA. Thanasis plays for the Bucks while younger brother Kostas is reserve player for the Los Angeles Lakers.

6-foot-11 Giannis was born in Athens, Greece. He was chosen 15th overall in round 1 of the 2013 NBA draft. He barely spoke any English when he arrived in Milwaukee.

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Celebrities never miss a chance to hop on the hashtag trend. So when the hashtag "#girldad" began trending in honor of the late Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, every male celebrity posted social media images of their biological daughters and referred to themselves as "girl dads."

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Kobe referred to himself as a girl dad because he could only sire girls with his wife, Vanessa Bryant. As you know, since females lack a male Y chromosome, the father's chromosome always chooses the sex of the child.

As Instagram comedienne Jess Hilarious points out in an IG post, a "girl dad" is a father who has all girls. If a guy has one son, he is not a girl dad.

For instance, Barack Obama could only father girls with Michelle Obama. He is a girl dad.

It's sad that this has to be explained to some people on social media.
 

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Nicki Minaj's ex Safaree Samuels has become a first-time father and a #girldad, after wife Erica Mena gave birth to a baby girl.

Safaree announced the happy news on his Instagram page on Monday, alongside a picture of himself holding his daughter's tiny hand, WENN.com reported.

"These pass (sic) 24 hrs have been an adventure to say the least!!" he wrote. "I'm a part of the #girldad club now. Perfection is here."

The hashtag #girldad trended after Kobe Bryant previously termed himself a "girl dad" because he fathered four girls with his wife, Vanessa Bryant. One of his daughters, Gianna, 13, died with him in a helicopter crash last month.

Male celebrities who have sons and daughters have incorrectly tagged images of themselves as #girldads. A girl dad is a father who has all girls.

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In a post on his Instagram Stories, Safaree apologized to fans after he had to cancel a show when Erica's waters broke. Safaree is pictured above with his ex-fiancee Nicki.

"Sorry to everyone who came out to see me in Rhode Island last night," he wrote alongside a picture of himself on a plane. "But as I was getting ready to leave my wife's water broke."

The baby's name has yet to be revealed.

Erica, who already has a son, King Conde, shot to fame appearing on VH1 show Love & Hip Hop New York before moving to Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Safaree began appearing on the show following his split from "Megatron" rapper Nicki in 2014.

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Ciara Wilson is pregnant with her third child. The part-time singer and Seattle homemaker, 34, took to Instagram to share the happy news on Thursday, Jan. 30.

She simply captioned the shot, "Number 3," tagging her Seattle Seahawks quarterback husband Russell Wilson as the photographer.

She shared a snap of her standing atop a rock formation on the beach, showing off her blossoming baby bump in a red bikini.

The child is the third for Ciara and the second for Russell, 31. They share 2-year-old daughter, Sienna Princess.

Ciara also has a son, five-year-old Future Zahir, with her ex-fiancé, rapper Future Hendrix.

Ciara and Russell began dating in early 2015 and wed the following year.
 

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Rapper Meek Mill confirmed he fathered a child with Instagram entrepreneur Milano Di Rouge by announcing: "Yeah, I dumped in that!"

Meek responded to rumors that he sired a child with Milano after she displayed a baby bump in photos of her and Meek posing outside a club.

His social media post sparked outrage on social media among feminists who called him out for his immature response.

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Meek's baby mama is a 30-year-old Philly native and a fashion designer who rose to fame on Instagram when celebrities such as Teyana Taylor and Kim Kardashian modeled her clothing.

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Milano opened a clothing store in Philadelphia in 2016. Meek, 32, helped to promote her brand and he confided in her when his relationship with rapper Nicki Minaj went south.

Nicki and Meek ended their relationship in 2017 after dating for 2 years.

Meek also has a 9-year-old son, Rihmeek, from a previous relationship.

Congratulations to the happy couple.
 

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Cam Newton is demanding a DNA test from his ex-girlfriend, Kia Proctor, who gave birth to their youngest child after they separated six months ago.

According to Bossip.com, Newton, 30, sued Proctor, 31, for paternity, joint custody and visitation of their four children, Chosen 5, Sovereign-Dior, 3, Camida, 2, and Cashmere Saint, 3 months.

Newton also fathered a child with former Miss Azerbaijan La Reina Shaw, 33, while cohabiting with Proctor and their children.

According to court papers obtained by Bossip, Newton demanded a DNA test from Proctor for their youngest child, who was born in September, and has never lived with the Carolina Panthers quarterback.

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Newton acknowledged that he signed his children's birth certificates and he is voluntarily paying child support but he wants the court to determine a set dollar amount for child support and he wants to be legally confirmed as the father of the youngest child.

Proctor countersued Newton for full physical custody, child support, health benefits, life insurance and legal fees.

Proctor, a former stripper and Instagram model, says she hasn't held down a job in six years and she has no other sources of income.

She noted Newton's guaranteed salary of $60 million out of a $104 million contract, She said Newton also has endorsement deals that she wants a cut of.

Additionally, Newton owns multiple businesses in Georgia and elsewhere. Proctor said she is willing to negotiate a financial deal with Newton that will ensure she is set for life.

She asked the judge to force Newton to hand over $15,000 so she can hire a forensic analyst to scour Newton's financials to determine an appropriate amount for child support.

She also wants the court to enforce a settlement agreement they made before their youngest child was born in September.

She said she moved out of Newton's Atlanta home and moved with their children to her native Maryland.

Newton now lives with Shaw and their infant in Atlanta.

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A woman claims rapper DaBaby fathered her 5-year-old son and abandoned them both without so much as a phone call.

The woman, who posts under the username Detreatk Green, put the rapper on blast on Sunday for not claiming his mini-me son in 5 years.

In a post on Facebook she uploaded a photo of her adorable son, who resembles DaBaby right down to the confident attitude and toothy grin.

"I hate I had to come to social media to finally put the truth out. But it bothers me so bad that DaBaby out here not claiming OUR child," Green wrote. "He's now 5 years old and Dababy had yet to even SEE own his child [sic] in person. No contact no nothing. Just remember it took two of us to make this child."

The rapper, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, publicly claims a son and a daughter. The promiscuous rapper reportedly has multiple unclaimed children in the wild.

The 28-year-old Capricorn was released from a Miami jail late Saturday after posting $1,500 bond.

DaBaby was arrested last week and charged with misdemeanor battery following an altercation with a Miami music promoter.

The music promoter admitted paying DaBaby $20,000 cash upfront for a performance on Thursday. But DaBaby claims he was promised $30,000.

Video allegedly shows DaBaby and another member of his entourage assault the man and go through his pockets.

The man told police he was robbed of $80 and an iPhone 7, and DaBaby poured apple juice on him.
 

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Kandi Burruss shared a photo of her sleeping daughter, Blaze Tucker, with her followers on Instagram. The one-month-old baby was delivered by a surrogate using Kandi's previously frozen egg, fertilized by her husband Todd Tucker's sperm.

In the photo taken by baby photographer @weelovephotography, little Blaze sleeps peacefully while swaddled in a blanket. A headband ringed with intricate flowers and pearls adorns her head.

In another post on Thursday, Kandi shared her IVF journey with her followers. She explained her reasons for using a surrogate (pictured) to carry her and Todd's second child after suffering complications during her pregnancy with her son, Ace Tucker.

"My pregnancy with Ace came with many complications, which is why our family decided to use a surrogate," she wrote.

"My first daughter, Riley, was conceived and birthed into the world as easily as could be. Little did I know that 13 years later when I wanted to continue this story, that I would be faced with the struggle of infertility due to non-cancerous fibroids."

The 43-year-old mother-of-three said she overcame her fears that the surrogate would keep her baby or that she wouldn't bond with the child.

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is an expensive procedure for women who can't conceive on their own. Each "cycle" can cost as much as $15,000 and is not guaranteed to produce results.

Below are excerpts from Kandi's post:

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage. At least that is what most of us are taught, but no one ever shares that the journey to the baby carriage can come with sadness, doubts, and fertility obstacles. My first daughter, Riley, was conceived and birthed into the world as easily as could be. Little did I know that 13 years later when I wanted to continue this story, that I would be faced with the struggle of infertility due to non-cancerous fibroids.

My pregnancy with Ace came with many complications, which is why our family decided to use a surrogate (pictured here!). When we looked into this I went through a series of emotions and questions like: how is this going to affect my bond with my child? what if the surrogate tries to keep my baby? what are others going to think? Will the baby share DNA with the surrogate from the pregnancy even though it is my eggs?

She continued:

"I've had an amazing husband to lean on, and my surrogate has been so encouraging, but it's been great to talk to other women who really understand my fears and pain firsthand. All in all I have to say to each of you: your journey to the baby carriage may not be the same as someone else’s, but you are not alone in this journey to motherhood."

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Atlanta power couple Jeezy and Jeannie Mai are expecting their first child in 2020, according to sources close to the couple.

A source on daytime talk show The Real claims Jeannie is pregnant with rapper Jeezy's baby.

The source claims Jeannie is "eating for two" and that camera crews are under strict orders to shoot her from an angle to hide her growing baby bump.

"We've been told to shoot Jeannie from the side to make her look slimmer," the source tells MTO News. "Jeannie is already a tiny girl, so there's really no need to make her slimmer."

The source added: "Then we were told that they expect her to gain weight, and they wanted to try and hide it from the cameras.

The 40-year-old television personality is desperate for a baby of her own now that she's approaching middle age.

Her unwillingness to have children led to the collapse of her 10-year marriage to Freddy Harteis.

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"My own standards were low," she told co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon Houghton and Tamera Mowry about her failed marriage.

"We can go into a whole counseling session on why I only gave myself the bare minimum."

But Jeannie is not putting all the blame on Freddy. "I am not blaming my ex for the things that he barely came through to do," she said. "When [Freddy] said things like 'good for you' or 'that's cool,' I'm like, 'That's great, he supports me!' That to me is my standard of support."

She broke down in tears as she recalled realizing she deserved more when she started dating Jeezy, and he was so attentive to her.

"I didn't even know until my new relationship that something as basic... I'm not crying to feel bad. It was just so touchy. But even something as basic as like at his birthday party, he left his own birthday to drive me to the airport. He was like, 'are you kidding? I want to see you off,'" she said.

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Pierre "Pee" Thomas got emotional on social media after one of his baby mamas filed a $15 million lawsuit alleging he beat her while she was pregnant with their daughter.

According to an insider, Lira Galore was furious after she saw Pee out partying with his new girlfriend (pictured above).

In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Galore accused Thomas of beating her violently during the first 8 months of her pregnancy.

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But in a series of since-deleted posts, Thomas assured his followers that he never beat Galore. He said his children are his #1 priority, and he posted receipts claiming Galore used cocaine while she was pregnant.

The text messages also suggested Galore (pictured) had multiple abortions. And Thomas said Galore's lawsuit is a $15 million extortion attempt because he dumped her for another woman.

"One thing I don't play about is my father hood," Pee said. "I have 16 artist on my label, I still make time to see my children 4 times out of the week."

He added: "I've never once beat on that woman… Did I take my ring back, Yes! WHhen I became aware she was having sex with other men, Plotting with her pimp, As well as snorting coke while pregnant with my child."

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He also complained that he hasn't seen his baby daughter since Mother's Day. In one text message, he wrote, "Let's just get a custody agreement and be done with it like adults. Lawyer been trying to serve you for a mediation agreement for over a month. This is sad. And stop lying."

Most of Thomas' followers seemed to take his side in the dispute. But he deleted all of his Instagram posts including the following receipts, courtesy of Rhymeswithsnitch.com.

 

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One of rapper Future's baby mamas has accused him of attempting to make one of his paternity suits go away by paying her hush money.

Cindy Renae Parker filed papers in a Texas court in October, seeking to have the promiscuous rapper take a DNA test to prove he fathered her baby son Legend.

The 36-year-old hip-hop star, real name Nayvadius Wilburn, has refused to acknowledge the child, who was born in July 2019.

In a recent Instagram post, Parker suggested Future contacted her to have her quit talking publicly about the paternity case.

She first posted a quote, which read: "Do it. Because your kids deserve a mother they can brag about."

In the accompanying caption, Parker wrote, "I know one day Legend will be proud I fought for him & didn't accept 'hush money' to keep him hidden."

Parker has since deleted the post, but she left the results of a DNA test indicating her son is related to another of Future's alleged kids online.

Parker and Florida resident Eliza Seraphin (pictured), who is also suing the rapper over paternity of her baby girl Reign, have become allies. The ladies had genetic testing done on their children to determine if they are half siblings.

"DNA testing was done to determine siblingship of the alleged siblings," read the medical document. "Based on testing results obtained from analyzes of the DNA test listed, the probability of half-siblingship is 99.999996%.

Testing further determined with a high degree of certainty that the children were fathered by the same man.

Alongside the results, Parker vowed to keep Eliza and Reign in her son's life: "Legend can be avoided. Even the court system can be avoided," she wrote. "However, one thing that is for sure, is charity starts at the home and family is everything, regardless of the circumstances."

Future, who is reportedly dating live-in model Lori Harvey, insists he only fathered six kids with five different women, including his five-year-old son, also named Future, with ex-fiancee Ciara.

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Instagram model Lira Galore is accusing her baby daddy Pee Thomas of beating her violently during the first 8 months of her pregnancy.

Galore, 26, claims the Quality Control Music CEO punched her in the face and threw her to the ground. She said she was punched "many times" by the father-of-5, and she's asking for at least $15 million for her injuries.

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In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Lira describes 5 separate beatdowns she received at the hands of Thomas.

In one alleged attack, she claims he punched her in the face, threw her to the ground, began choking her and punched her in the head so many times, she developed hematomas. Galore claims Thomas ripped her ring off her finger, dislocating her finger.

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In the other four attacks, she claims he routinely punched and choked her. She did not report any of the incidents of violence to police because Thomas allegedly paid her for her silence.

According to TMZ, Galore says in August 2018, after one alleged attack, Thomas tried to "make things right" by buying her a $50,000 SUV. Just 2 weeks later, Lira alleges Thomas shattered the driver side window during a violent altercation and then changed the title out of her name and into his own. She says a week later, he paid her $50,000 not to call the cops.

TMZ reports that Galore made the accusations as part of a custody case Thomas filed back in May in which he requested joint custody of their child to avoid paying her child support.

Galore also filed documents, requesting sole physical custody of the child on the grounds that he "has consistently demonstrated physically violent, emotionally abusive, irrational and erratic behavior."

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Galore was previously engaged to rapper Rick Ross. She reportedly moved out of Ross' Atlanta mansion after another woman dropped an infant off on his doorstep, alleging the child was his.

Thomas is co-owner of Quality Control Music label whose roster includes top shelf rappers Cardi B, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, and others.

Galore estimates her baby daddy's net worth at over $50 million. She is asking at least $15 million for her pain and suffering.

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Two women who claim they gave birth to rapper Future's 6th and 7th children took their cases to the court of public opinion.

A Florida woman, Eliza Seraphin, aka Eliza Reign (pictured below), and a Texas woman, Cindy Parker, are both suing Future for child support.

According to The Blast, Eliza and Cindy took to Instagram to post a copy of a DNA test using samples of their children's DNA to determine if they are siblings.

Cindy captioned the report:

"Legend can be avoided. Even the court system can be avoided. However, one thing that is for sure, is charity starts at the home and family is everything, regardless of the circumstances."

The DNA report states there is a 99.9% probability that the kids are half-siblings and a very high probability that they share the same father.

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That was enough for Future's fans to congratulate the 36-year-old on being a father of 7, rather than only the 5 that he claims publicly.

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Future's 7 children include his son with part-time singer Ciara Wilson. He denies fathering Eliza's daughter Reign or Cindy's son Legend.

"I have 5 wives BTW. Love them all to death," he once said of his harem of baby mamas.

According to The Blast, Future countersued Eliza claiming fraud and denying paternity of Reign. He asked a judge to slap a gag on Eliza to prevent her from spilling his intimate secrets on social media.

Cindy has not yet served Future because she can't seem to find the promiscuous rapper.

Future enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday in Dubai with his latest concubine, Atlanta socialite Lori Harvey, 22, who reportedly lives with him in his California penthouse.

Future shared photos and video of Lori chilling with him in the UAE.


 

Dwyane Wade's eldest son, Zaire Wade defended his little brother Zion Wade after the effeminate boy was criticized for wearing fake nails in a Thanksgiving photo.

The controversy erupted on Thanksgiving Day when Wade's wife, actress Gabrielle Union, 47, posted a Thanksgiving family photo on Instagram.


 

In the photo, Zion, 12, dresses seductively in a crop top and leggings. He also wears sharp acrylic talons and lipstick.

Zion, then-11, came out during Miami's Pride parade in April. Union proudly rode on a float with him during the parade.

Wade, 37, responded to critics by telling them to kindly mind their own business and he will raise his son as he sees fit.

In defense of his brother, Zaire, 17, posted an Instagram photo that shows him sitting on a throne while his brother stands next to the chair.

The caption reads: "We didn't ask for y'all opinion."

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Wade and Union showed their support for Zaire's post in the comment section, with Union commenting "Facts."

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Wade is pictured at his retirement ceremony with his infant daughter Kaavia, 1, and sons Zion, center, Zaire, right, and Xavier, 6.

Zaire and Zion are Wade's sons by his first wife Siohvaughn Funches, a 38-year-old attorney and book author who resides in Atlanta.

Siohvaughn is pictured below with her sons and Zaire's girlfriend.
 

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Dwyane Wade fired back at concerned Internet users who questioned his parenting skills when his wife, actress Gabrielle Union posted an Instagram photo of Wade's 12-year-old son, Zion Wade, wearing a crop top, leggings and sharp acrylic nail tips.

Mothers everywhere were shocked and saddened by the boy's sexually suggestive attire. They criticized Wade on social media. But the retired 37-year-old NBA player asked them to kindly mind their own business while he raised Zion as he saw fit.

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Gossipmongers wondered aloud if Wade's ex-wife, Siohvaughn Funches - who was SO outspoken during their bitter divorce - had something to say about Wade and Union exploiting her son to advance their careers.

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Siohvaughn, a 38-year-old author who first dated Wade in high school, has not said a word publicly - probably because she's under a very restrictive non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

According to MTOnews.com, Siohvaughn is making some explosive allegations against the NBA baller.

In throwback videos, that were coincidentally re-uploaded to YouTube on Dec. 2nd, Siohvaughn claims that she suffered physical and mental abuse at the hands of her ex-husband.

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"I saw him sell his soul. I saw him taking his character and exchanging it for yet another endorsement," she told Successful Ladies Live in a series of interviews.

She also said Wade beat her while she was pregnant with Zion. Siohvaughn, who said she was mentally abuse by Wade, may have transferred that negative energy to her unborn baby. The boy was born into a dysfunctional home filled with violence and hate.

Siohvaughn told Successful Ladies Live:

"I woke up in the middle of the night. I was sick - obviously because of the pregnancy. And I noticed that [Dwyane] wasn't in the house. And so I was calling him because it was like 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning, and we went to bed together...

"He finally got back several hours later. I was very upset... [Dwyane] started cursing and calling me names. Telling me 'Shut the F up', 'Women talk too much' and 'You should know your place'.

"Then it turned to physical violence. He picked me up, and threw me down. He threw me down so hard, that when my back hit the ottoman it broke into pieces. And my head and back hit the marble floor.

"After that I immediately got up and went to the phone, and went to call the police. He snatched the phone out of my hand and slammed it into my body, so hard the phone broke into pieces."

She said she begged him not to enter the NBA draft because she knew the money and instant fame would break her family apart.

Siohvaughn also says Wade cheated on her constantly after he signed his NBA contract. She must have felt vindicated when Wade's 3rd son, Xavier, was born to a California woman six years ago - while he was dating Gabrielle Union, 47.

Watching Siohvaughn speak so openly about the abuse she allegedly endured - all while struggling to keep her family together in 2007 - will touch the hearts of women who can relate to Siohvaughn's emotional story.

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Dwyane Wade responded to online criticism from critics who said his son Zion Wade was dressed sexually suggestively in a family holiday photo. Many outraged social media users say Zion was dressed inappropriately for a 12-year-old child.

Actress Gabrielle Union posted a Thanksgiving photo that showed her minor stepson wearing acrylic stiletto nails and a cropped top that revealed his belly. Then-11-year-old Zion "came out" during Miami's Pride parade in April.

Social media users blamed Union for posting the photo to divert attention away from the fact that she was fired as a judge on America's Got Talent for being difficult to work with on the set.

Many accused the 47-year-old actress and her 37-year-old husband of promoting an agenda and "sacrificing" Zion to Hollywood pedophiles.

But Wade did not back down. In a tweet sent out on Saturday, Nov. 30, he called the criticism "stupidity" and vowed to continue to allow his son to dress sexually inappropriately for a minor.

"I've seen some post-thanksgiving hate on social about my family photo. Stupidity is apart of this world we live in - so i get it. But here's the thing - I've been chosen to lead my family not y'all. So we will continue to be us and support each other with pride, love & a smile!"

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Many liberal blog headlines defended Wade for allowing Zion's sexually suggestive outfit.

Jezebel magazine referred to concerned social media users as "assholes" and the Atlanta-based magazine described Wade as an "excellent and supportive dad."

Bet.com called social media users "trolls" for showing their concern for a minor child.

And E! Online also referred to social media users as "trolls" for reacting to a child's inappropriate style of dress.

Dwyane Wade Defends His Child Zion From Assholes Online - Jezebel.com

Dwayne Wade Reacts To Trolls Criticizing His 12-Year-Old Son For Wearing Fake - BET.com

Dwyane Wade Fires Back at Trolls Who Mocked His Son's Look EOnline.com

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Chris Brown teased his fans by appearing to confirm Ammika Harris gave birth to his 2nd child, a boy, on Wednesday. The R&B singer dropped hints by posting 2 images on his Instagram page. One image show him wearing a hoodie featuring the word "BORN". A second image in B&W appeared to show him holding a newborn baby.

Harris reportedly gave birth to a baby boy in a Tarzana, California hospital on Wednesday, Nov. 20. The 26-year-old Blasian has dated Brown on and off since he was dumped by actress Karrueche Tran for cheating on her.

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Brown was reportedly by her side in the hospital when he welcomed his son into the world.

Harris took to her Instagram stories on Wednesday to share her joy. "I was in love when I first saw you," she wrote, possibly referring to her first child.

The troubled 30-year-old singer is already daddy to 5-year-old daughter Royalty Brown, whom he fathered with Tran's then-bestie Nia Guzman.

While Harris has repeatedly claimed to be pregnant with Brown's seed, she has never shown her baby bump in photos. Both Brown and Harris were born under the Taurus star sign.

Question: Do you believe Chris Brown is a daddy for the second time?

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Proud father Future Hendrix attended the Golden Wishes Gala 2019 with his eldest daughter Londyn Wilburn at Georgia Aquarium on Saturday, November 16, in Atlanta, Georgia.

The 35-year-old Scorpio has been heavily criticized for his reputation as a serial breeder. The family man currently has seven children with as many women, including Seattle homemaker Ciara Wilson, Jessica Smith, Brittni Mealy, India J, Joie Chavis, Eliza Seraphin and Cindy Renae Parker.

According to The Blast, the rapper was recently taken to court by his latest baby mama, Parker, mother of his youngest son, Legend.

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Future is pictured with (L-R) his father Eddie Jester, his mother Stephanie Jester, and his daughter, Londyn.

Future is certainly no choir boy. But he isn't the serial breeder that he is portrayed as either. Most men aren't capable of being the man they were meant to be because they don't have a father figure in their lives.

Luckily, Future had a father in his life to teach him how to be a man. A real man procreates with women to ensure the survival of the human species. Future has more than done his part.

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Rappers like Future Hendrix are busy performing in clubs every night or trying to stay one step ahead of process servers sent by baby mamas eager to cash in their child support lottery tickets.

Future's schedule is so hectic that his latest paternity suit was put on hold by a judge because the process server is having a difficult time locating him.

Cindy Renae Parker filed papers against the "Jumpman" hitmaker, real name Nayvadius Wilburn, in Texas last month, according to WENN.com. Parker claims Nayvadius is the father of her son Legend, who was born in July of this year.

However, process servers have been unable to track down the elusive hip-hop star, leaving her paternity case at a standstill.

According to The Blast, a hearing originally scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 14, was canceled, and now Parker is requesting permission to have Future served in a different way in hopes of keeping her suit alive.

The judge overseeing the case has yet to rule on her request.

One of Future's 6 other baby mamas can sympathize with Parker. Eliza Seraphin also filed a paternity suit against the 35-year-old Scorpio in Florida. Seraphin insists he fathered her adorable seven-month-old daughter Reign.

Future maintains he only has 5 baby mamas, including former fiancee Ciara, the mother of his five-year-old son Future Zahir Wilburn.

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"Insecure" actor Jay Ellis is a first-time father, after fiancee Nina Senicar gave birth to a baby girl on Friday, Nov. 8.

Nina, 34, announced the happy news in a post on her Instagram page on Monday, according to WENN.com. She shared a snap of her and Jay's hands holding their daughter's tiny feet.

They captioned the image: "And just like that our lives got a whole new meaning. Welcome Nora Grace Ellis. 8.11.2019."

Jay, 37, also shared the same picture on his own Instagram page, alongside a heart emoji.

Nora is the first child for Jay and Nina, who have dated exclusively since 2015. They revealed their engagement and the actress' pregnancy over the summer.

Jay is best known for his role as Bryce "Blue" Westbrook in the BET television series The Game. He also played Issa Rae's boyfriend Lawrence Walker in the TV series Insecure from 2016-2018, and he had a lead role in the horror film Escape Room (2019).

Nina is an actress and model from Serbia.

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Alicia Keys says her four-year-old son Genesis worries he will be bullied for wearing rainbow fingernail polish.

It all started in August when Alicia, 38, posted Instagram images of her son wearing fingernail polish. She captioned the images "Family time is the BEST time".

But her followers were drawn to the little boy's painted fingernails. "Bye with this foolishness," wrote one disgusted follower.

"This is only my opinion no disrespect. This should have been a teaching moment. I believe each generation has demons to fight but l am from the era [I] don't recall one man or young boy l know wanting to wear nail polish, lipstick, dresses ect. This has ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with RELIGIOUS BELIEFS. I know times has changed but we must become cognizant of the fact our children and some adults emulate what we see".

Another user wrote:

"Whatever happened to tonka trucks and baseball bats etc for a 4yr old. Dear Parents it's time to do better. We are who God created boy, girl, man and woman and we can't change that and it's definitely not up for debate. As for the kids making fun of him, well what else do you expect from a kid when even they know it's not normal. It's really sad that this generation if children will miss out on the joy of JUST BEING A KID in this world of acceptance".

On Tuesday, Alicia expressed her frustration in a video posted on Instagram along with the caption, "Less Labels, More Expressions. Been thinking about how over labeled and over judged we all are... can u feel me??".

She said she took her son to the nail salon and he was excited to have his nails painted in rainbow colors, but he hesitated because he was concerned about the public reaction.

"Four years old. He's four and he already understands the concept that someone's gonna judge him because he chose rainbow color on his nails," Alicia told her followers.

She told the boy to stick with his decision to paint his nails in the rainbow colors.

"You chose it, you like it, you do it," she said before telling him that a lot of men painted their nails too. "It's not like some strange thing that you only do," she added.

"That made him feel better," she said.

"But it just got me to thinking how completely judged we are all the time. The way I see it, there is masculine and feminine energies inside of us all and that's period. That's how it is. And it gets concerning to me that we can't just explore these different sides of ourselves."

Alicia then opened up about her own inner struggles to suppress her masculine side.

"Even for me myself, I oftentimes express the masculine energy that's inside of me. And it's very natural to me. That's how I feel. We should be able to explore and express them however we want to."

Needless to say, her followers went IN.

One follower wrote:

"Why would you take your son to go get his nails done at 4? He should have been with his father @aliciakeys so if your husband comes back home with a lace front wig nails and hair done and now sleeps with men is he expressing himself and his feminine energy ... things to think about".

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Rapper Tip "T.I." Harris says he goes with his teenage daughter, Deyjah, to her doctor's appointments to make sure her hymen is still intact.

The 39-year-old rapper is a doting father to his children, including daughters Heiress, 3, and 18-year-old Deyjah Harris, who is increasingly popular on Instagram.

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During a recent "Ladies Like Us" podcast, the proud father said he had "the talk" with Deyjah about the birds and the bees and he happily confirmed she is still a virgin.

"Not only have we had the conversation, we have yearly trips to the gynecologist to check her hymen," he said in all seriousness. "Yes I go with her. I go with her. So let me tell you, this one time we go, I think this might have been after her 16th birthday… and this is what we do. Right after the birthday we celebrate, usually like the day after the party, she's enjoying her gifts, I put a sticky note on the door 'Gyno tomorrow 9:30,'" he added.

The rapper described a typical gynecologist visit with his daughter.

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"So we'll go and sit down and the doctor will come and talk. And the doctor is maintaining a high level of professionalism. 'Well you know sir, in order to share information…' I say 'Deyjah they want you to sign this so we can share information. Is there anything you wouldn't want me to know? Okay. See doc, ain't no problem.'"

T.I. said the doctor informed him of the various other ways a girl's hymen can be broken, such as using feminine products, playing sports, bike riding and horse riding.

"So I say look Doc, she don't ride no horses, she don't ride no bike, she don't play no sports man. Just check the hymen please and give me back my results expeditiously! But I will say as of her 18th birthday her hymen is still intact."

Even though he confirmed his daughter is intact, the promiscuous rap mogul says virgins are overrated.

"No fun. Who wants a virgin? Like, really. All that work?"

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Comedian Lil Rel Howery is fighting for sole custody of his 2-year-old son. The Get Out star is taking his ex-girlfriend, LeChez Davis, to court, and asking a judge to grant him full custody of their toddler amid allegations that she is leading a double life.

Lil Rel, real name Milton Howery, Jr., hooked up with Davis not long after divorcing his first wife, Verina Robinson, in 2017. Howery and Robinson share two children: daughter Brittni and son Judah.

In legal papers obtained by TMZ, the 39-year-old Sagittarius accuses Davis of lying to him about her marital status by stating she was divorced. She wasn't divorced; she was still married to her husband, while also telling Howery that he was the father of her child, who was given Howery's last name.

Howery claims Davis told her husband the same lie, and put his last name on the baby's birth certificate.

The comedian voluntarily provided Davis with child support and frequently flew her and the boy out to Los Angeles to spend time together.

He realized something wasn't right when he posted a photo of himself and the toddler online, referring to the child as his son.

He was then contacted by an associate of Davis', who insisted her husband was the baby's daddy.

Howery took a paternity test in October, and the DNA results proved he was the boy's biological father.

Now he wants Davis stripped of her custody rights for allegedly using their child as a pawn in a "nefarious scheme replete with concealment, misrepresentations and deception in an attempt to defraud".

In addition to seeking full custody, Howery wants to be granted legal authority to make all parental decisions for the toddler, while also moving him out to Los Angeles.

A ruling has yet to be made on the custody.

Meanwhile, Howery is happily self-partnered, and he has no plans to date any women in the foreseeable future.
 

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Janet Jackson heaped praise on Ciara's "too cute" children for dressing as her and big brother Randy Jackson for Halloween.

Ciara shared a snap of 5-year-old son Future Zahir Wilburn and 2-year-old daughter Sienna Princess as they rocked out in matching pink costumes on her Instagram page.

Ciara, 34, captioned the shot "The Jacksons", and the picture quickly caught the attention of Janet, 53, who commented with a sweet and simple: "Too cute," WENN.com reports.

While many fans assumed Future was dressed as Janet's late brother Michael, others were quick to point out that he was actually dressed as Randy, now 57.

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Janet and her brother Randy were the youngest members of the musical Jackson family from Gary, Indiana. The two siblings joined their famous brothers - Michael, Marlon, Jermaine, Tito and Jackie - when they performed on the road during summer breaks.

Janet and Randy were popular for their grown up skits during the Jacksons' dinner & show tours. Little Janet brought the house down when she delivered Mae West's famous line to Randy: "Why don't you come up and see me sometime?"

Randy became an official member of the Jacksons in 1976 when he replaced older brother Jermaine, who left the group to pursue a solo career with Motown after contract negotiations fell through. Motown kept the "Jackson 5" name.

 

Future and Sienna's costumes were created by designer Michael Costello, who told E! News that Ciara was "very hands on" during the process of designing the outfits. Future's tuxedo and Sienna's dress both took between three to four days to complete, and cost between $1,200 and $1,400 apiece.

"I think the costumes are just super special because they're fun, they're youthful, they're a timeless classic," he explained. "I like that Ciara wanted to do something vintage-inspired and super adorable. I love the thought and creative process behind it. It's just fun! And it's refreshing because I'm kind of sick and tired of seeing superheroes and zombies everywhere."

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Ciara and husband Russell Wilson's costumes weren't as original or as cute as their kids' costumes. CiCi and Russ dressed up as Beyonce and Jay-Z visiting the Louvre Museum in Paris, France.

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Flava Flav is a father for the 8th time. A DNA test confirms the famed Public Enemy rapper is the father of a child with his former personal assistant Kate Gammell.
 

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Gammell will now petition the court to order Flava, real name William Jonathan Drayton Jr., to provide generous child support for herself and her 2-month-old son, Jordan.

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The 60-year-old Pisces is best known as the hype man for Chuck D, 59, and the iconic hip-hop group Public Enemy.

Flava went on to make a name for himself as one of the pioneers of early reality competition television shows.

Flava fathered three children with Karen Ross and three more kids with Angie Parker. He also has a young son, Karma, with Elizabeth Trujillo.

In addition to starring in WEtv's Growing Up Hip-Hop: New York, Flava Flav graduated from culinary school and worked in several restaurants.

Gammell's pregnancy was documented on Growing Up Hip-Hop, leading to speculation that her pregnancy is made-for-TV.

Flava previously denied he was the father of little Jordan.