News: Amber Rose & Wiz Khalifa's Baby Finally Arrives, Son's "Boss" Name Revealed
Thursday, Feb 21, 2013 6:17PM
Former video vixen Amber Rose and fiancé Wiz Khalifa finally became parents today (February 21) after recent gossip and labor rumors scattered the Internet earlier in the week.
Details of their son's delivery and birth name surfaced online Thursday afternoon.
Wiz Khalifa better take any tummy troubles elsewhere! The rapper and his fiancée Amber Rose welcomed their first child, son Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, on Thursday, Feb. 21, the proud dad announced via Twitter. "Happy Birthday!!!" Khalifa -- born Cameron Thomaz - writes. "Everyone welcome this perfect young man into the world." (PEOPLE)
Just yesterday, Rose denied being in labor and said her due date was not until this upcoming weekend.
"Good morning Rosebuds & Rosestuds Muva is not in labor nor did I have the baby yet I just had a doc appt yesterday Lol that's all. ;-)," she tweeted February 20th.
"I got a million congratulation texts yesterday for having the baby... It was sweet but our Chicken nugget is still baking. :-)"
"My due date isn't until Feb 24th & this is my first baby so he may come early he may come late but either way he'll be here soon -Muva" (Amber Rose's Twitter)
In late January, Wiz and Amber joked about what they named their baby.
"Five more weeks to go, I'm due in five weeks," Rose revealed. " It's not really a common name. It's a normal name, it's just not common. It's not common. ... We had the girl's name already, we're not going to say that either because we might have a girl next. It's funny because I came up with the name for our boy and immediately he came up with a rapper name for him. ... It has to be a surprise. It's a total boss name for a boy. " ("Big Boy's Neighborhood")
Back in October, Khalifa said he hoped they would wed before Rose gave birth.
"Nah, there's no date set yet. But we'll probably get licensed and married before the baby's born, and do a wedding afterwards because it makes more sense for the baby to be in the wedding than for her to be pregnant. Some people, they rush and do it. But, it works both ways." (XXL Mag)