Big Sean and Jhené Aiko are having a kid! It has come to the attention of Entertainment Tonight that the pair, who frequently work together, are expecting their first child together and are “overjoyed” for the upcoming stage of their lives.
According to a representative who spoke to ET on Sunday, “the couple are happy and look forward to this next phase.”
Aiko is already a mother to a girl named Namiko, who is 13 years old. She shares custody of Namiko with singer O’Ryan Browner, who is the brother of B2Omarion.
Big Sean and Jhené Aiko Are Expecting Their First Child
The rumor was first reported by TMZ, which obtained photographs of the long-term pair enjoying themselves in Beverly Hills on Saturday, with Aiko showing off her growing baby bulge.
It is still unknown how far along in her pregnancy “The Worst” singer is, but the pair, who are both 34 years old, commented on the news on Instagram.
Sean posted a message on his Instagram Story in which he referred to the pregnancy as a “whole new motivation” and expressed his elation at the prospect of becoming a father.
“Whole new inspiration is just around the corner!” Written by Sean We are really thankful and pray that God will continue to bless us. In a separate post, I’d like to add, “I really can’t wait to become a father.”
Aiko, on the other hand, made a cryptic reference to the event by posting an old photo of herself in black and white, clutching her stomach in a way that resembled that of an expecting mother.
The couple received messages of congratulations and expressions of delight in response to the post, which was met with an outpouring of love from the singer’s devoted followers.
The TWENTY88 singers began their romantic relationship for the first time in 2016, and Aiko stated in an interview with DJ Khaled in February 2021 that the cornerstone of their relationship was friendship.
“Our friendship is really strong, so that has made our relationship what it is, just that foundation of real friends who really know each other on that level,” Aiko said at the time. “That has made our relationship what it is, just that foundation of real friends who really know each other on that level.”
The couple had a sporadic romantic relationship before temporarily breaking up in 2019. They eventually got back together at the beginning of the year 2020.
When we last caught up with Sean and Aiko, they were attending the 2021 GRAMMY Awards, and we asked them what they hoped the world would take away from their music.
“It’s not just a little thing, you know. Aiko shared her thoughts on the subject with Kevin Frazier of ET, saying, “I think we all put a lot into our music, and it always feels good to be recognized in any manner.” “And that is the essential point for me,” the speaker continued.
The singer who is known for the song “Stay Ready” continued by saying, “I think for me, anything that I do, you know, the people that I’ve lost, I do it for them.” “I carry their dreams with me just as much as I carry my own.”
With Sean expressing that it is their duty to preserve the musical legacy of Black musicians and other people of color who have been felled by tragedy in recent years, they have decided to form a band.
Sean emphasized with the group that “Not only are we carrying their goals, but they paved the route for us.” “It’s a never-ending battle, and it’s really our job to keep fighting because it’s not over, it’s not even close to being over,” she said.
He went on to say that “We got to represent who we are,” and that “the road ahead of us is a long one,” but that “we’re here to take it.”