Offset Denies Rumors He Got Another Woman Pregnant
Powell recently posted an image of a sonogram to Instagram, and in the caption for the post, she claims Offset is the father. Bardi and Offset, who became engaged back in October, apparently deny the claims.
In the caption for the now-deleted post, Powell wrote, "These past few months have been a complete mess, but I finally found enough strength to open up about what’s going on. Yes I am expecting & yes she’s a GIRL 💖 my whole life is changing and right now it’s definitely for the better."
In another part of the caption, Powell admits that she's become known as someone who pretends to be impregnated by rappers—Chief Keef and Fetty Wap are names that pop up during a Google search—but that this time, she knows for sure the rapper in question is the father.
"I’m not sure what the future holds but I hope [Offset] & I work this out for the sake of Karma Lee Cephus," she continued. "I know y’all like 'this bitch done faked hella pregnancies,' but this time there’s NOOO doubt. I can’t wait to meet you my angel."
According to TMZ, Offset says he doesn't know Powell personally, but the celebrity gossip site reports that a video of the two FaceTiming has made rounds on the internet. Their sources say that was just an instance of Powell prank-calling the Migos rapper.
This development arrives on the heels of what could have been a tumultuous time for Offset and Cardi B. Recently, a video of a naked woman in what was reportedly Offset's hotel room began circulating the web, and people began speculating that he'd cheated on his lady. For their part, Bardi and Offset laughed it off, and apparently, Cardi's looking to sue the folks responsible for leaking that video, and the one of her dancing around naked.
Before that bit of potential trouble, Offset, who has two children by two different women, admitted to being the father of a third child, a 7-year-old boy named Jordan, who is the son of a woman named Justine Watson. He made that admission in a paternity case.
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