G Herbo and Taina Williams welcome first child together
The rapper shared a photo of the newborn on social media.
G Herbo and his fiancée Taina Williams have welcomed their first child into the world. On Thursday (May 27), the Chicago spitter posted the first picture of the newborn on his Instagram account. The sweet black-and-white shot features the baby’s tiny fist next to Herbo, who captioned the post with two heart emojis.
Williams first announced that the couple was expecting their first child together back in January. Herbo also has a son, Yosohn Wright, who was born in 2018.
“Sometimes the greatest things in life are worth hiding for a bigger sacrifice. Happiness is an understatement for the joy that we feel and the light that you’ve already brung upon us,” she wrote on social media at the time.
“You were made with so much love no one else will ever know the strength of my love for you already,” she continued. “We love you & cannot wait to meet you my sweet baby.”
Herbo added on Twitter, “GOTTA BE 1 OF GODS FAVORITE CUZ MY LIFE JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER!! AS LONG AS MY LESSONS BRING MORE BLESSINGS IM STR8 4EVER HAPPY NEW YEAR!”
Herbo and Williams became engaged back in December. During an April interview on the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast, Herbo explained how he knew Williams was “the one.”
“I ain’t gon’ lie… I really feel like opposites attract in a way… She just pure, through and through,” he said. “You know what I’m sayin’? She not afraid to like express her feelings, tell me how she feel about stuff. Even when it’s like I don’t understand it all the time. She’ll tell me something where I feel like she kinda like dissin’ me a little bit, but she really ain’t. She tellin’ me something that really build me.”
See the first photo of Herbo and Williams’ new baby below. Congratulations to the couple!
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