DaniLeigh reveals she's PREGNANT as she shows off big baby bump after 'reconciling with DaBaby'

DANILEIGH revealed she is pregnant and showed off her big baby bump.

The head-turning news comes after the singer "reconciling with DaBaby."


The 26-year-old took to Instagram to share various photos from a shoot, as she showed off her baby bump while posing near a beautiful waterfall.

She captioned it: "As you grow so does my love, discipline, and focus."

People were quick to react, as they took to the comments section to respond, with one writing, "Wowwwww congrats Dani!"

Another added: "Best feeling in the world," with a third chiming in, "Congrats mama – You’re going to be a great mommy!"

STILL SINGLE?

While the identity of the father has not been revealed, it comes just a few months after DaniLeigh revealed she was a single woman.

In February, DaniLeigh posted a black graphic on Instagram with the words: "Officially single."

The star then added a black heart emoji alongside her bold statement.

At the time, DaBaby was also quick to offer himself out for Valentine's Day, as he addressed his then 16.5 million followers on Instagram, and challenged ladies to recreate a TikTok by India Love.

The 29-year-old wrote: "Best re-enactment of this TikTok gets flown out for a date w/ Baby on Valentine’s Day."

However, there are claims that perhaps the famous pair are back at it again.

It comes as fans of the stars pointed out two separate videos from DaniLeigh and DaBaby which appear to show the same bed in each clip.

Eagle-eyed viewers also noted the bed frame with white pillows which looked almost identical in DaBaby’s and Dani’s posts.

DaniLeigh was previously under the spotlight after she was slammed for her song, Yellow Bone, which talks about "light-skinned" women.

She would hit back, saying, "Why I can't make a song for my light skin baddies?? Why y'all think I'm hating on other colors when there are millions of songs speaking on all types…

"Why y'all so sensitive & take it personal… Gahhhh damn…"


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