In December, Remy Ma and Papoose welcomed their first child together after a previous pregnancy complication. Nicknamed “The Golden Child,” the married couple’s bundle of joy arrived to well wishes and an ecstatic home. Now, the pair shared another first memory with their baby girl by bringing her to the set of daytime talk show The Real (Feb. 28).
“When I tell you she makes everything so peaceful, like, we don’t want to disagree on anything. We’re like alright, fine, whatever,” Remy Ma said. “Everything is just so calm. She really completed the whole circle.” Remy Ma continued to state that after she gave birth to her second child, her blood pressure rate alarmingly increased and she nearly experienced preeclampsia. Three days later, Remy says she was still dilated and had to endure a blood transfusion.
In Oct. 2018, Remy Ma wrote an op-ed for Oprah Magazine on her previous battle with pregnancy and a miscarriage that she experienced. “In some ways, I had to open up publicly about my miscarriage, because we had already started filming Love & Hip Hop when I found out I was pregnant,” the “All The Way Up” rapper wrote. “So the show had footage of me with the pregnancy test, telling my husband we were having a child, and the two of us shopping for baby stuff. And then I experienced an ectopic pregnancy, which meant that the egg had attached itself to my fallopian tube. I needed an emergency surgery and to have my tubes removed. Suddenly, there was no baby.”
The Bronx native continued to state how she and Papoose tried again with the in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment and everything worked for them to reach this point. “My husband calls the baby the Golden Child,” she continued to write. “It was a miracle because so many people were saying it might not work. We sacrificed a lot with no guarantees.”
Watch their baby girl’s TV debut below.