‘Queen of Dancehall’ Spice of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ is pregnant

Dancehall performer Spice introduced this week in a splashy Instagram put up that she is pregnant.

“God has been so good to me,” the Jaimaican-born singer and former “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” star wrote Tuesday in her put up, alongside a regal portrait of her with towering blue hair and a cascading blue robe that exposed her child bump. She was pushing a classic stroller brimming with blue blossoms.

Spice, born Grace Hamilton and sometimes called the “Queen of Dancehall,” additionally confirmed that fellow musical artist and “Hip Hop” alum Khaotic is the daddy of her soon-to-be youngster.

Khaotic appeared on a current episode of the pop-culture podcast “The Baller Alert Show,” the place the hosts doubted his claims to be the daddy of Spice’s youngster, based on a video additionally shared on Spice’s Instagram.

During the episode, he positioned a name to Spice, who on speakerphone exclaimed to the hosts, “That’s my baby daddy, that’s mine!”

Spice first discovered fame within the 2000s as a featured artist on Vybz Kartel’s single “Romping Shop,” which sampled Ne-Yo’s “Miss Independent.” The track spent 15 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 for R&B/hip-hop songs.

Her 2018 mixtape, “Captured,” peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s reggae albums chart, and her debut studio album, “10,” was Grammy-nominated in 2022 for finest reggae album.

After guest-starring in a previous season of “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” Spice joined the primary solid in 2019 for the present’s eighth season. Last fall, whereas Spice had gone quiet on social media, followers started to flow into rumors that she was in a coma because of issues associated to cosmetic surgery. Some even claimed she had died.

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However, Spice addressed the rumors with an Instagram put up in November, by which she clarified that she was hospitalized after struggling a broken hernia. Her physique went into sepsis, the place an an infection within the blood can threaten organs and probably be deadly if untreated, and required instant surgical procedure, she wrote.

“As you know I’ve been off social media for a while to rest mentally, so little did I know that during my medical scare it was already been said that I had a heart attack, I was in a coma … but none of that is true,” Spice wrote. “However I’m still recovering from what really happened so thanks so much for all the prayers and concerns.”