Fetty Wap is a dad again

31 March 2016 - 14:44 By Bang Showbiz

Fetty Wap's on/off lover Masika Kalysha has given birth to their first child, a daughter. Fetty Wap has become a father for the third time. The 24-year-old rapper's on/off lover, Masika Kalysha, gave birth to a baby girl , with the Trap Queen hitmaker by her side in hospital. Announcing the happy news without revealing her new daughter's name, Masika tweeted: ''She's here. I've never seen anything so perfect in my entire life. I'm so in love with you #KBM. ''I can't believe she's ours. Best day of my life @fettywap #KBM.'' The Love &; Hip Hop: Hollywood' star had gone into labour at around 12.30pm in Los Angeles, and when he heard the news, Fetty - whose real name is Willie Maxwell II - boarded a flight from New Jersey to be with her. He tweeted at the time: ''Something bout this California air.'' The 30-year-old reality star had announced her pregnancy last November, and later identified Fetty as the father - but he suggested he wasn't. However, Masika later revealed she had asked her former lover - who already has son Aydin, four, and daughter Zaviera, 12 months, from past relationships - to undertake a test to prove paternity on multiple occasions but he refused. She previously said: ''I tried to demand him taking a paternity test. He doesn't want to take one. I asked him seven times, 'Will you just volunteer and do it?' He refuses.'' The most recent time Masika asked Fetty for the test was on January 13, but that marked the first time the former couple had spoken in four months - and it was Fetty that initiated contact. While Fetty and Masika's relationship started as a professional one when they teamed up to make music together, it quickly became personal. It was when Masika went to get her breast implants removed that she discovered she was pregnant, but she claimed Fetty was less than impressed with the news. She continued: ''[He told me] 'Well, I don't really want to have another kid right now'. [Later] He's like, 'Well, if you have this kid, I'm not going to help you out with anything. I'm not gonna be there. You're own your own, so it's up to you.' ''..

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