Pusha T and wife Virginia Williams are expecting their first child.
Push and Ginny took to Instagram on Monday with matching posts revealing their family is growing. The posts feature a Christmas-themed illustration of the couple and their dogs. Written on the picture are the words “Happy Holidays Baby T Coming Spring 2020.”
Although they didn’t say the baby’s gender, Ginny’s caption did disclose their child’s potential zodiac sign.
“Finally landed my dream job. World, make way for BABY THORNTON! Arriving Gemini season 2020!! WE ARE OVER THE MOON!!!!!!!!!!!!” she captioned the post that also features an ultrasound of their child
Seeing as Push exposed a whole family with his bars, the rapper decided to continue this trend by using lyrics to reveal his child. Unlike Ginny’s post, Push turned the illustration into a video that features a snippet of an unreleased song.
Congrats This Is An AMAZING Blessing!
2017 BET Hip Hop Awards at the Fillmore Theater Miami Beach
Featuring: Jim Jones, Chrissy Lampkin
Where: Miami, Florida, United States
When: 07 Oct 2017
Yayyy! Reality TV OG Chrissy Lampkin is back on our television screens! As we wait for her highly anticipated return to VH1’s “Love and Hip Hop: New York,” she’s giving an update on the status of her wedding to longtime fiance – rapper Jim Jones. She says that they have not made any recent plans to tie the knot:
“To be honest with you, it’s not a priority anymore. Our relationship is in a good place.”
Chrissy Lampkin continued:
“I thought that that was, like, the natural progression, but it’s not for everybody. So, we’re good right now.”
Chrissy says that she will be bringing the drama to the tenth season of her home VH1 season. She said:
“Well, they kind of said they wanted to get back to the essence of the show. So they said, ‘Come back and help us bring back some sexy!’ But my drama kicked in before the sexy!”
Sis Solo took to ‘The Tonight Show’ stage to give viewers a medley from her classic album, ‘When I Get Home.’
Solange strung together “Taking on the Light,” “Things I Imagined,” “Down with the Clique,” “Binz,” and “Almeda” to create a nine-minute set for Fallon. Although she was limited to a late-night stage, Solange still put together a visual performance that rivals her concerts. She was accompanied by live musicians as well as dancers who synchronized their movements with Solange and her back up singers. The set ended with only Solange and a figure draped in silver performing on a black stage.
Like almost everything Solange does, this was an atypical take on Fallon’s musical guest segment. Her performance was meant to honor When I Get Home’s interdisciplinary art film. The original version was a 33-minute project that Solange described as a “Texas film.” It dropped in March along with her album. Next week, the singer will be releasing a director’s cut of the film for her fans.
When I Get Home is Solange’s fourth studio album. It follows her highly acclaimed 2016 album, A Seat at the Table. While A Seat at the Table uses Solange’s connection to New Orleans as a backdrop to address several themes, When I Get Home is dedicated to her hometown of Houston, Texas. The film uses historically black areas of Houston as it’s setting including the hair salon that used to be owned by her mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson.