According to recent information, the stars from the hit series, Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, Lil Scrappy and his spouse, Adizia “Bambi” Benson, are going to become parents for the second time.
So far, neither of the two celebrities has confirmed if they really are expecting a second baby, but ongoing reports from TMZ suggest Bambi is in the 18th week of her pregnancy.
A fan said this: “And congratulations to you both.”
This backer stated: “All of you is to f****** clean. I just love all of you too, such a beautiful couple all of you hang in there together. Don’t let no one come in between you all two all of your number one fan street life.”
This person revealed: “I heard the good news congratulations to both of you. Congrats are wishing you a safe & happy pregnancy.”
Her co-star, Spice, used the word baby mama, which offended some. The singer said: “Baby mama looks good on you 💙💙💙.”
One backer defended her by saying: “Hence the reference baby mama, she wasn’t referring to her marital status. I’m sure she knows that it’s just a saying, not her actual title😒.”
If the rumors are proven to be accurate, this would be the third child for Scrappy, who also shares a 14-year-old daughter, Emani Richardson, with his former partner, Erica Dixon.
Since then, Dixon has moved on, as she welcomed twin baby girls, Embrii and Eryss, in the spring of last year, although she kept the identity of her current boyfriend hidden from the public.
The rapper made headlines in 2019 when he opened up about being a father during a radio interview. Back then, Scrappy remarked that parenthood had made him a different person, and he felt more real than ever.
Apparently, “Money In The Bank” performer could not be prouder about taking care of his toddler son from Bambi, Breland, because he also stated: “Just to have a little guy who looks up to me, and I didn’t even catch it at first. He watches me, just watch me, and it is like, ‘Oh that’s how you do it.’ So I gotta be on point. Got to teach him how to be a man.”
Lil Scrappy and Bambi welcomed Breland in September 2018, and according to the rapper, his infant son was already showing tendencies of being a “momma’s boy,” just like his father.