Big Sean and Jhené Aiko have the baby they’ve been waiting for.
It has long been reported that the couple is expecting their first child together. Following rumors earlier this month, TMZ obtained photos of Jhené “visibly pregnant” and a baby bump in a skin-tight gray dress as she left a building in West Hollywood with Sean on Saturday, July 2.
Longtime couple — and collaborators Big Sean and Jhené Aiko are expecting … and no, it’s not the next "Twenty88" album! https://t.co/2s8vyux1HC
— TMZ (@TMZ) July 3, 2022
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This comes after a fan speculated that Jhené was with child upon seeing her and Sean at a Whole Foods. “She’s very pregnant,” wrote the Twitter user, who goes by @KenKiablo.
I jus saw Jhene Aiko and Big Sean at Whole Foods and she’s very pregnant 👀 iktr Sean 💪🏽
— BLASPHEMY (@KenKiablo) June 14, 2022
It’s unclear how far along she is or the baby’s gender. Neither Jhené nor Sean have acknowledged the reports.
The TWENTY88 collaborators have floated the idea of marriage in the past. While on Instagram Live in April 2020, Jhené asked her boyfriend why he didn’t put a ring on it.
“Why don’t you marry me?” asked Jhené, to which Sean replied, “Shit, it’s in the works. Don’t even trip.”
“It’s in the works” bitch my heart 😭😭 I love Jhené and big Sean pic.twitter.com/GU4HVVGZFg
— 🥀 (@saltyrosaa) April 16, 2020
This will be the first child for Sean and second for Jhené, who has a 13-year-old daughter, Namiko Love, from her previous relationship with Omarion’s brother, O’Ryan.
Back in 2020, Sean seemingly rapped about losing a child on his Nipsey Hussle collaboration “Deep Reverence.”
“Should be a billionaire based on the time off I’m not taking / Probably why the shit around me get crazy and we lost the baby,” he raps, fueling speculation that Jhené suffered a miscarriage.
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Big‘s on stage.
Two years after the festival was cancelled following the pandemic, He made its long-awaited Coachella debut on Friday, April 15, in Indio, California, with a star set.
His 45-minute performance in the Sahara tent, one of the highlights of Day 1, began with “Paradise” before continuing with striking verses from “Mercy” and “Clique,” in which he shouted out Kanye West and the entire G.O.O.D. Music team.
“Going to perform for 15 people, not knowing who I am, performing for Coachella for you tonight, this shit is a dream come true,” the Detroit rapper said, reflecting on Mike Posner’s journey to record songs in his mother’s basement.
The crowd, which extended far beyond the Sahara tent, went wild when YG took the stage for “Big Bank”. Jhené Aiko later joined her boyfriend for collaborations “Beware” and “I Know”. The TWENTY88 duo showed off their real-life chemistry as they took to the stage.