Fans of VH1 reality series Love & Hip Hop: New York were devastated to learn that Remy Ma and Papoose suffered a miscarriage — however, the longtime couple exclusively told In Touch that they still plan to have a baby.
While the “Conceited” songstress was told she would not be able to conceive a baby naturally, she previously revealed they would turn to IVF — and at Hot 97’s first annual Global Hip Hop Day celebration, we got an update on their future parenting plans.
“It’s in God’s hands,” Papoose explained. “You never know what the future holds, we’re just taking it one day at a time and are enjoying each other and enjoying life.”
The rapper added they are “definitely” still hoping to welcome a child together.
Remy had quite the playful response when asked about their baby plans, but agreed that it will be happening.
“If you think he’s gonna let me off the hook that easy, I don’t know why he’s sitting here trying to act like ‘oh yeah, it’s in God’s plans’ — like, yeah right!” she joked.
The Terror Squad member suffered an ectopic pregnancy on the VH1 reality series, but was assured to find out that using a method such as IVF would allow her to “have as many babies as she wants.” Back in February, Remy exclusively told In Touch that she hopes her decision to speak out about this tragedy helps other women in this situation realize they’re not alone.
“I chose to speak about it because at first, I didn’t want to talk about it — I was like, ‘I don’t think this is something I want to put out there,'” she recalled at Mona Scott Young’s “50 Shades of Fabulous” birthday party, produced by Nikkia McClain of Tene Nicole, Marketing and Public Relations and Latoya Shambo of Black Girl Digital.
“But once I started talking to other women, it became apparent to me that this was something that was important to me and that I felt like I needed to get out there because so many women go through it and they don’t talk about it.”
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