US RAPPER DaBaby is said to be expecting a second child with ex-girlfriend Meme.
The 27-year-old star is set to become a dad again just weeks after Meme left fans confused about their relationship status.
DaBaby is set to become a dad again, it has been reportedCredit: Rex Features
According to The Shade Room, sources have confirmed the former couple's exciting baby news, with the pair already sharing a two-year-old daughter Serenity and he acting like a father to Meme's six-year-old son from a previous relationship.
DaBaby - real name Jonathan Kirk - and Meme are said to still consider themselves single, and are private when it comes to their children.
The Sun Online have contacted DaBaby's rep for comment.
Meme is DaBaby's sweetheart from before he found fame, and she baffled his fans in a recent interview where she called him her "boo" - even though they aren't together.
She explained to Kiss Talk: "We single, but that’s my boo doe, regardless.
DaBaby and Meme are already mum and dad to daughter SerenityCredit: Instagram
Meme confused fans when she spoke about her and DaBaby's relationship statusCredit: YouTube
"Me and DaBaby met about five years ago. It was kinda through like mutual friends. I already knew who he was, he knew who I was.
"We became officially together when I got pregnant. Our relationship back then was real cool. It was real chill. There wasn’t no pressure on nothing.
"We were just going along with the flow and enjoying each other’s presence basically."
She continued: "He is actually an amazing father. Not only to our daughter but to my son as well.
He also acts like a dad to Meme's son from a previous relationshipCredit: YouTube
"He has been in his life for a very long time. He’s an amazing father, I can give him that."
DaBaby first launched his career in 2015 under the alias Baby Jesus.
He has collaborated with the likes of Nicki Minaj, Migos, and OffSet over the years, and faced controversy when he shot and killed 19-year-old Jalyn Domonique Craig last November.
DaBaby was sentenced to a year of unsupervised probation after killing a would-be robberCredit: Getty - Contributor
DaBaby pleaded guilty to carry a concealed weapon, but insisted that he "acted in self defence" as the man was trying to rob him, Meme, and their children in WalMart.
He was sentenced to a year of unsupervised probation in June of this year.
DaBaby claimed that the victim had pulled a gun on him in front of his young children and "tried to take his life" as he defended his actions.