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Remy Ma Is The New Face of “Dark and Lovely”

The Bronx rapper and mom-to-be posted the announcement on her Twitter Thursday with a hint of more big news coming soon.

 

Excited to be the face of @DarkAndLovely’s new Fade Resist #IconsCollection! Jet Black hair inspired by #MelaninMagic. Big things everywhere soon 👀 pic.twitter.com/ckO3BixHCd

— Remy Ma (@RealRemyMa) August 9, 2018

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To Remy’s fans, the partnership is well-deserved.

 

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The ‘Love and Hip-Hip’ reality star is also expecting her first child with her husband, Papoose. In an cute Instagram video, the rapper shows off her growing belly and explains that the hubby likes when she poses to the side because it shows off his ‘Golden Child’.

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The couple renewed their vows earlier this month after being married for a decade. News of the baby came shortly after.

This weekend I celebrated a milestone with my best friend, my partner in everything, my husband, my forever @papoosepapoose I love you so much- not only because you are the perfect soulmate but because you are the epitome of a real man, the essence of a great father, and the definition of loyalty & if I could start life over the only thing I would change is meeting you sooner so that I can spend more time with you💋 We’ve known each other 13 years & been married a decade😍 we renewed our vows amongst our closest friends and family members It was a small, intimate setting and one of the most precious moments of my life…thank you Husband, u always make me happy 💍 #BlackloveForever #MeetTheMackies #RemAndPap #RemyMa #RemyMafia

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Both have a child from a previous marriage and are excited to expanded their blended family. The couple has also been very public about their struggles to conceive. The 38 year-old experienced ectopic pregnancies, which resulted in Remy losing her fallopian tubes and forcing the couple to seek out in-vitro fertilization options.

“This was my second ectopic pregnancy, a complication of pregnancy in which the embryo attaches outside the uterus, so I’ve lost both of my fallopian tubes,” Remy shared with Essence in a July interview. ” While I was crying in the hospital bed the doctor told me, ‘It’s fine, you still have your uterus and your eggs are good, you can just do in vitro fertilization. We can put the baby where it needs to be, it’ll cost you anywhere between $10,000 to $20,000.’ I didn’t think about it because, not to brag, I have the $10,000 to $20,000 to pay for it. It wasn’t until I came out with [my story] that I learned a lot of women also have this issue.”

The Mackies have been sharing their baby journey on social media and the excitement of becoming new parents.

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Source: Michael Baisden Show ( a shared partnership)

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