Nicki Minaj's ex Meek Mill welcomes baby boy with girlfriend Milan Harris on his 33rd birthday

Nicki Minaj's ex Meek Mill welcomes baby boy with girlfriend Milan Harris on his 33rd birthday

- American rapper Meek Mill has become a father for the third time

- Meek Mill welcomed a baby boy on his 33rd birthday

- The rapper revealed the good news on his social media page

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Congratulations are in order for American rapper, Robert Rihmeek Williams, popularly known as Meek Mill, as he becomes a father for the third time.

The rapper welcomed a baby boy on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, which also doubles as his birthday. While celebrating his 33rd birthday, the American entertainer took to his page on Twitter to share the good news.

According to him, his girlfriend, Milan Harris, delivered his beloved son, who he describes as a king.

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The excited entertainer describes his newborn son as the best gift. The newborn baby is Meek Mill's first child together with his fashion designer girlfriend.

The American rapper had announced that he was expecting a child with his girlfriend in February this year while shading his ex-girlfriend, Nicki Minaj on Twitter.

Meek Mill has two sons from previous relationships.

As expected, fans, followers, and colleagues have taken to his social media page to congratulate him.

In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kylie Jenner, a popular American media personality and family to the Kardashians, has bought a very expensive estate in the choicest part of Los Angeles at the price of $36.5 million (GHC210,296,210.00).

TMZ reports that the latest purchase is an “interesting move” because she is known as Calabasas-centric in her real estate business.

The house, a single-story modern house, is said to have 15,350 square feet. It also has a dedicated guardhouse.

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