Lauryn Hill Has Sixth Child, But No More Music And Seeks Privacy On Twitter
REMEMBER when Lauryn Hill was one of the most thrilling popstars on the planet. She could rap like a champ and had a voice that came straight outta Soulsville. Basically, she was the Fugees. When she went solo, she only went about making one of the finest LPs ever cut to wax.
And then she vanished like a big selfish baby.
While we all cowered around our copies of Doo Wop (That Thing), she went and pushed out Zion David-Nesta, Selah, Joshua, John and Sarah with on/off beau, Rohan Marley.
And now there’s another screaming child in Hill’s world. It’s a wickle baby boy.
Little Baby Hill didn’t exactly have a fun time while gulping his first gob of air. It has been reported that he was born with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck.
A source says:
“[We] had a little scare because the baby came out the womb with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck but all is well now and everyone is happy”.
Meanwhile, others are muttering behind their hands saying that Rohan has dumped Lauryn for Brazilian model Isabeli Fontana. He also reckons he’s not the father of Hill’s sixth child.
“Ms. Hill is the mother of my children, whom I have a tremendous amount of love and respect for. I would never do that. The nature of our relationship something we don’t expect people who spread gossip for a living to fully understand.”
Lauryn posted this on Twitter:
Mr. Marley and I have a long and complex history about which MANY inaccuracies have been reported since the beginning. To speculate without the facts can only cause people to form WRONG conclusions. We both value privacy and for that reason defend and preserve our right to it. Contrary to numerous reports, Mr. Marley did not abandon me while pregnant with his child. We have had long periods of separation over the years but our 5 children together remain a joy to both of us. Thank you for you concern and I appreciate all the well wishes regarding the birth of my new son.
Maybe he went off her when he heard the rumour that she once said: “I would rather have my family starve than have white people buy my albums” (which, incidentally, she denies ever saying – okay lawyers?).