Remy Ma And Papoose Open Up About Their Miscarriage


While recording an Instagram video from her hospital bed, an emotional Remy Ma opened up about her miscarriage Monday evening. (Jan. 23) The Bronx emcee shared her story with her followers and fans at the urging of her husband Papoose, who convinced the “All The Way Up” rapper other women and couples are enduring the same misfortune.

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First, thank you to everyone that sent their congrats as well as condolences🙏🏽 This was a hard time for me & my husband & we thought long and hard before deciding to share this part of our lives with you all. I was totally against it but in a fit of crying @papoosepapoose said ” you are not the only one going thru this , we will get thru it” …made me realize how many women like myself experience the same thing and don’t have a strong partner by their side to say it will be alright. So I’m here to tell anyone going thru a similar situation that it is not over and God has the last say so Thank you to the staff at the hospital I was in; you all were super nice & respectful and did everything to ensure I was comfortable. And to Dr. Razmzan , who came to perform my surgery at 5am, who tried his best to leave me scarless and succeeded, who eased any fears I had- THANK YOU, & don’t retire yet cuz once we find the right in vitro dr you have to deliver my babies 😘#BlackLove #RemyMa #MeetTheMackies

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“I bought a pregnancy journal and started filling it out. I never for one second thought that it would end like this with me in the hospital with stitches in my stomach and no baby.”

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The 36-year-old said she was excited about the newest addition to the family. She had the due date in mind, thought of names for her child and was planning a nursery only to lose the baby. Unfortunately, miscarriages are fairly common. According to reports, nearly 15 to 20 percent of pregnancies in the United States end in miscarriages, and a majority of miscarriages occur within the first seven weeks of pregnancy.

Remy went on to thank her doctor and the staff at the hospital for their professionalism. Remy also thanked her supportive husband who no doubt was by her side.

Get well soon, Remy.