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Keke Wyatt responds to backlash after sharing her unborn child was diagnosed with genetic disorder

Keke Wyatt responds to backlash after sharing her unborn child was diagnosed with rare genetic disorder

  • The musical artist, 40, announced last month she is expecting her 11th child
  • The R&B singer revealed at a recent show that her unborn child had been diagnosed with the genetic disorder Trisomy 13 
  • She addressed her 1.6 million Instagram followers in an emotional statement Wednesday 
  • Wyatt addressed ‘the rude, cruel people’ who made ‘disparaging & morbid comments’ 
  • Wyatt said she was dismayed that people would say something negative about an ‘innocent unborn baby’ 

Keke Wyatt took to Instagram on Wednesday to address those who have left her unwanted comments after she said that her unborn child had been diagnosed with the genetic disorder Trisomy 13.

The Indianapolis native, 40, addressed her 1.6 million followers on the issue in an emotional statement.

‘I’d like to send a special prayer out for the rude, cruel people that took time out of their day to get on social media & make disparaging & morbid comments concerning my pregnancy,’ the R&B singer said, delving into detail about the situation.

The latest: Keke Wyatt, 40, took to Instagram on Wednesday to address those who have left her unwanted comments after she said that her unborn child had been diagnosed with the genetic disorder Trisomy 13. She was snapped earlier this year in Atlanta 

‘This past weekend at my show I was very transparent with my amazing fans (who I see as family) about the status of my pregnancy,’ the Nothing in This World artist said. ‘I explained to them, the day after my maternity photo shoot my husband & I received the news that our baby tested positive for Trisomy 13 per the doctor.’

Wyatt said that she felt compelled to share the personal news to inspire her fans who might be in a similar situation.

‘It was a moment that wasn’t planned during my show but at the end of the day I felt in my spirit to share or encourage another women that might have to face this battle,’ the I Don’t Wanna artist said.

Wyatt, who is mother to 11 children, said that while she’s used to criticism – ‘no weapon formed against me will prosper anyway,’ she wrote – she was dismayed that people would say something negative about an ‘innocent unborn baby.’

The Indianapolis native addressed her 1.6 million followers on the issue in an emotional statement

The Indianapolis native addressed her 1.6 million followers on the issue in an emotional statement 

Wyatt was snapped at a baby shower in Atlanta in November of 2019

Wyatt was snapped at a baby shower in Atlanta in November of 2019 

The My First Love singer said: ‘For all of the disgusting people out there that are wishing ill on me and my baby … be careful putting your mouth on people. I pray that God gives you grace when Life comes knocking on your front door & you won’t reap what u are sowing.’

Wyatt also acknowledged that upbeat feedback she has received from fans since emerging with her health reveal.

‘For all of the POSITIVE stories, emails and support I’m getting THANK YOU!’ she said. ‘I will not let the negativity drain all of my positive energy…. I work hard and my husband & I take care of ALL our children with NO help but GODS OoooooKaY!’

Wyatt was snapped at a 2019 concert in Dallas

Wyatt was snapped at a 2019 concert in Dallas 

Wyatt wrapped up the post in saying, ‘We will continue to believe the report of the Lord!’

Wyatt last month took to the social media site to announce that she was pregnant with her 11th child.

‘My husband, Zackariah David Darring and I are proud to announce that our family will be adding a “plus 1” to the Wyatt Bunch!’ she said, adding the hashtags, #Baby11, #TrustingGod, #BabyDarring, #TheWyattBunch, #Family and #KekesKids.

Wyatt, who was past wed to Michael Ford and Rahmat Morton, was seen on the reality show R&B Divas: Atlanta in 2017.

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