Gucci Mane & His Wife Keyshia Ka’oir Reveal They’re Expecting a Baby Boy

Gucci Mane and his wife, Keyshia Ka’oir, revealed they’ll be expanding their family with a baby boy.

The Atlanta rapper announced the good news by posting pictures from a baby-blue baby shower.

“We got a lil baby boy on the way @keyshiakaoir,” Guwop captioned a photo of him and Ka’oir in complementary blue outfits amid the crystal decor, cakes, giant wooden blocks and teddy bears. She posted her own set of photos from the shower that Gucci and her mother arranged. “It’s a Boy #LilGuwop,” Ka’oir wrote.

DaBaby, DJ D-Nice and more congratulated the happy couple, who wed in a star-studded, $1.7 million ceremony on Oct. 17, 2017, that was filmed for his 10-part BET reality TV series Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir: The Mane Event.

The “So Icy” artist (real name Radric Delantic Davis) shares one 12-year-old son, Keitheon Davis, with his ex Sheena Evans, and Ka’oir has two daughters and one son from a previous relationship. She revealed that they were expecting their first child together back in August by posting a sonogram shot on Twitter with the caption, “Our hearts can’t take it #BabyWopster.”

See Gucci’s pictures from the baby shower here and here.

Common Gushes Over ‘How Intelligent, How Selfless’ Girlfriend Tiffany Haddish Is

Common and Tiffany Haddish prove once again that they’re the cutest couple of 2020.

In a new interview with The Karen Hunter Show for SiriusXM, Common shared that he and Haddish are “doing wonderful.”

“She’s a really incredible human being, and, you know, the more I get to know her, I just see how dynamic she is as a person. How intelligent, how selfless she is, how she stands up in Hollywood for Black women,” he said.

“I’m learning. You know what I mean?” he continued. “She takes it like the law … She’ll be like, ‘If there ain’t no Black people on the set, or no Black people working on this, then I’m not going to do it.’ Or, ‘Why can’t we go to these Black makeup artists?’ And I think, it takes that type of courage and mouthpiece and rawness to get the equanimity that we’ve been looking for — the equality that we talk about. Especially within — any area of life — but then the Hollywood structure, sometimes you have to shake them up and say, ‘Hey, y’all, this is what it has to be.'”

“And she’s also fun,” he concluded. “She’s fun. And ultimately … the one thing that I’ll say about anyone I’ve dated that you named, I like good-hearted people, and Tiffany has a wonderful heart at the end of the day.”

The rapper and Haddish became friends after meeting on the set of 2019’s The Kitchen, but sparked romance rumors when the actress revealed the duo were quarantining together. In August 2020, she told Steve-O that she’s in a relationship.

“I’m doing it with Common,” she clarified.

Watch Slipknot’s ‘Psychosocial’ Soothe a Crying Baby

Need a lullaby? Maybe some Slipknot will soothe your fussy baby.

Reddit user Minh1905 discovered the unlikely parenthood hack, sharing an incredible video of his crying infant, who stops immediately upon hearing the opening guitar riffs of Slipknot’s 2008 song, “Psychosocial.” It’s no “Hush, Little Baby,” but hey, it did the trick.

The video was shared to twitter by user @klara_sjo, who captioned the clip, “Baby won’t stop crying? Try Slipknot.”

Rock on, baby. See the whole thing below.