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Not Lil no more: Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty is a DADDY after welcoming his first child in New York 

Not Lil no more: Atlanta hip hop star Lil Yachty is a father after welcoming his first child in New York


Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty has reportedly become a father for the first time after welcoming a daughter who was born in New York.

According to TMZ the Yacht Club rapper, 24, has relocated to New York where he is spending some quality time with his newborn.  

The identity of the child’s mother has yet to be revealed and it’s unclear whether Lil Yachty is still in a relationship with her.

Baby Daddy: Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty has reportedly become a father for the first time after welcoming a daughter who was born in New York (pictured in August 2020) 

The Quality Control rapper was most recently linked to New York-based fashion designer Selangie, although it’s believed the couple split earlier this year.

The star was tight lipped about his new arrival on his social media but gave cryptic  clues about his impending fatherhood earlier in the year.

In August, he tweeted a video of Outkasts’s Big Boi performing his baby mama drama filled verse of their hit song Ms Jackson.

He captioned the tweet, ‘a flawless verse’ and Just last week posted photo’s of himself in Manhattan.

Kept it quiet: The star was tight lipped about his new arrival on his social media but gave cryptic clues about his impending fatherhood earlier in the year, (pictured in September 2019)

Kept it quiet: The star was tight lipped about his new arrival on his social media but gave cryptic clues about his impending fatherhood earlier in the year, (pictured in September 2019)

According to Hip Hop DX, The has been busy securing a financial future for his little girl.   

Aside from his multi-platinum rap career, the 24-year-old entered the $1.5 trillion wellness industry earlier this year.

It was reported that he invested in the plant-based nutritional supplement brand PlantFuel.

It is said that he will be entering into a partnership alongside NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens.   

Previously, Yachty plunged $1 million into the popular Jewish dating app Lox Club through his and Bhad Bhabie’s Scoop Investments venture capital fund.

This comes after Lil Yachty revealed earlier this year that he is turning to the beloved family card game Uno as the basis for a new action heist movie for Mattel Films.

New filM: Lil Yachty revealed earlier this year that he is turning to the beloved family card game Uno as the basis for a new action heist movie for Mattel Films

New filM: Lil Yachty revealed earlier this year that he is turning to the beloved family card game Uno as the basis for a new action heist movie for Mattel Films

The rapper is developing the project and is being eyed for the lead role, according to a report from Variety.

Marcy Kelly wrote the screenplay for the movie, which is set in the ‘underground hip-hop world’ of the rapper’s (real name Miles Parks McCollum) hometown of Atlanta. 

‘I’m so excited to be part of this film with Mattel,’ Yachty said in a statement, before revealing his love for the card game.

‘I played Uno as a kid and still do today, so to spin that into a movie based on the Atlanta hip hop scene I came out of is really special. It hits close to home for me,’ he added.

Money man: Lil Yachty plunged $1 million into the popular Jewish dating app Lox Club through his and Bhad Bhabie’s Scoop Investments venture capital fund

Money man: Lil Yachty plunged $1 million into the popular Jewish dating app Lox Club through his and Bhad Bhabie’s Scoop Investments venture capital fund

No other specific plot details were revealed, or how the card game ties into the heist or the Atlanta hip-hop underground.

The Uno card game was created by barber Merle Robbins in 1971, which he first sold out of his Cincinatti barbershop.

He later sold the rights to the game to a group of friends including Robert Tezak, a funeral parlor owner who formed International Games to market Uno behind his funeral parlor.

The International Games company became part of the Mattel brand in 1992.

Partnership: The rapper has revealed he will be in partnership alongside NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens on plant-based nutritional supplement brand PlantFuel

Partnership: The rapper has revealed he will be in partnership alongside NFL Hall of Famer Terrell Owens on plant-based nutritional supplement brand PlantFuel

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