Miami star Amara Le Negra reveals the father of her twins

After spending most of her pregnancy in public and not revealing who the father of her twin girls is, Love and hip-hop: Miami Sensation Amara Le Negra has revealed her identity. The Afro-Latina reality star and singer recently shared that her boyfriend and realtor Allan Mueses is the father. In a since-deleted Instagram post of the two in a loving embrace, Le Negra captioned the photo, “Meet our mum Amara La Negra and our dad Allan Mueses.” Fans pondered the father’s identity as Le Negra opted to keep it private. She initially expressed her disappointment at having to embrace single motherhood.

“I went through a big depression,” she previously told ESSENCE magazine. “It’s my first time, and I’m doing it myself, without having this man by my side that I’ve been dreaming of rubbing my belly. Thank God I have my mother, and I’m so grateful to her, but that hasn’t necessarily been easy. But it comes with the package. Whether I do it with a man or without, the most important thing is that I will always be there for my girls.

It’s unclear how the couple plans to co-parent, but they don’t have much time to find out as Le Negra recently gave birth. The singer took to Instagram to share the exciting baby news on Wednesday, April 6.

“03/23,” she captioned the photo on Instagram with a pink heart and two baby emojis. It emerged that she had delivered the twins via a C-section. Mueses was on hand for the delivery, as a photo shows him kissing Le Negra’s belly in a new Le Negra Instagram page dedicated to newborns.

In addition to her relationship with Mueses, her pregnancy was further complicated by a loss. She said HollywoodLife exclusively in November 2021 that she was initially expecting triplets, but lost one of the babies in a miscarriage. “It was a miscarriage that everyone knew about,” she said at the time. “It was hard, but God blessed me with two babies, two little girls.

Le Negra has appeared on the VH1 series since Season 1. Much of her story revolves around the struggles faced by Afro-Latina artists.

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