Big Sean and Jhené Aiko are having a baby! It was discovered that the couple and regular associates, are expecting their most memorable baby together and are “thrilled” for this next part in their lives.
“The couple are thrilled and anticipate this next part,” a rep shared with ET on Sunday.
The kid will be the “I Don’t F**k With You” rapper’s first and the second for Aiko, who is now mother to 13-year-old daugher, Namiko, who she imparts to artist, O’Ryan Browner, the sibling of B2K’s Omarion.
TMZ broke the news out of capturing photographs of the long-term couple out in Beverly Hills on Saturday, with Aiko showing her baby bump.
It’s hazy how far along “The Worst” singer is in her pregnancy, yet the couple, both 34, tended to the news on Instagram.
Sean, took to his Instagram Story considering the pregnancy a “entirely different inspiration,” and spouting over his energy at becoming a father.
“Entirely different inspiration foreal!” Sean composed. Exceptionally thankful God keeps on gift us, Thank you.” Adding in discrete post, “Can hardly hold back to be a father.”
Jhené Aiko, as far as it matters for her, inconspicuously implied the news, sharing a highly contrasting photograph her as a kid, supporting her stomach like an eager mother-to-be.
The post was met with bunches of affection from the vocalist’s fans, with remarks of congrats and fervor being sent the couple’s way.
The TWENTY88 singers initially began dating in 2016 with Aiko telling DJ Khaled in a Feb. 2021 meeting, that their sentiment was based on a groundwork of kinship.
“Our fellowship is major areas of strength for truly, that has made our relationship what it is, only that underpinning of genuine companions who truly know one another on that level,” Aiko said at that point.
The couple dated on and off before momentarily tapping out in 2019. They later reunited in mid 2020.
ET last addressed Sean and Aiko at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards, about how they trust their music affects the world.
“It implies a ton, you know. I think we as a whole placed a ton into our music and it generally feels better to be perceived in any way,” Aiko told ET’s Kevin Frazier. “Also, that is what’s truly going on with it for me.”
“I think for me, all that I do, you know, individuals that I’ve lost, I do it for them,” the “Remain Ready” artist added. “I convey their fantasies with me also.”
With Big Sean sharing that it’s their obligation to carry on the music of Black craftsmen and minorities who have been lost to misfortune lately.
“Besides the fact that we conveying are their fantasies, they prepared for us,” Sean shared. “It’s a constant battle, and it’s actually our obligation to convey it on the grounds that it’s not finished, it’s nowhere near finished.”
“We got to address what our identity is and the street in front of us is a long one however we’re here to take it,” he added.