Alexis Sky Produces Receipts That Solo Lucci Is Not The Father Of Her Baby Girl!
Alexis Sky was Instagram famous before she decided to join the cast of 'Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood.' However, on the show, she had a storyline with Solo Lucci that led people to believe that he could be the real father of baby Alaiya Grace.
Fetty Wap, Masika Kalysha, and Alexis Sky were in a love triangle on and off camera. Sky joined the cast to confront Masika about dating and conceiving a child with the New Jersey native while she was in a relationship with him.
The two met face to face after some ducking and dodging but could never get on one accord. Then, Alexis Sky became pregnant with a child of her own from Fetty.
Unfortunately, Sky was forced to deliver her sweet girl months earlier than expected and the baby was sick in the hospital for months before she could be taken home.
Although Fetty was present for the birth of their daughter, he quickly disappeared once they were home safely. Immediately, it was speculated that it was due to the fact that the baby wasn't his.
It doesn't help that Solo Lucci amped up online trolls who said that Alaiya Grace resembled him in the photos that the 24-year-old posted.
Since then, there has been a running rumor that Solo is the daddy. He told followers that he had been trying to get Alexis to take a paternity test and she refused in November.
January 4, Alexis took to Instagram to prove once and for all that Solo Lucci is not the father.
"I have been humiliated, I have been disrespected, I have been harassed [non] stop about not knowing who my child’s father [is] all because of Michael Dorsey AKA Solo Lucci continuing to spread this lie. As a woman, I feel totally disrespected by not only him but also those on social media who have mother-shamed me EVERYDAY, EVERY PICTURE of my daughter who has [fought] so hard to make to where she is today (Her 1st Bday) 1.4.18."
The model uploaded indisputable result papers that prove what she says is the truth.
Alexis continued on Live: "I have been bullied non-stop, but TODAY this [stuff] ENDS. I have never not known who my child’s father is. I’ve been thru so much [stuff] because of this. I have been called every disgraceful, disrespectful, hurtful word in the book & It’s a shame that I had to go out of my way JUST to prove this to society what I BEEN telling everyone."
What do you think about the drama? Was Lucci in the wrong?