Rapper Future Allegedly Has A 'Secret' Baby Mama — What We Know About Her

The rapper's love life is extremely messy.

Who Is Future's Secret Baby Mama? New Details On Rumored 'Hidden Love Child' The Rapper Is Hiding Getty Images

Who is Future's secret baby mama? Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, better known to the hip hop world as Future, is a multi-talented rapper, songwriter, and producer. He's the head of his own label imprint called Freebandz, and he's helped launch the careers of other rappers, as well.

Since 2012, he's released a series of critically-acclaimed albums and singles. 

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But Future, as he's known today, is a man who also has a messy and complicated private life. This latest bit of news has sent the blog-osphere into a tizzy with speculation — and now, everyone wants to know only one thing: who is Future's secret baby mama? 

Let's look at what we know about these latest developments. 

1. Who is Future's secret baby mama? No one knows her name, but they know about the child. 

In a post that has since been made private, Gossip of the City took to Instagram to share a picture of a baby that, they claim, is Future's "hidden child."

The child certainly bears a striking resemblance to the "F*** Up Some Commas" rapper. However, even though the child certainly bears more than a passing resemblance to Future, the identity of the mother has not yet been revealed. 


2. He has six children with six different women, including a son with singer/entrepreneur Ciara. 

As of this writing, Future has six children with six different women. One of those children is with singer/entrepreneur Ciara — their son, Future Zahir, was born in 2014. "Baby Future" was Ciara's first child, and Future's second.

At the time of "Baby Future's" birth, Ciara was engaged to the rapper, but she split up with him just two months after her son's birth because Future was being unfaithful to her. Ciara is now married to Russell Wilson, and they share a daughter. 

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3. Future once wished all his baby mamas a Happy Mother's Day. 

Back when he only had four baby mamas, Future took to his Instagram in a series of now-deleted posts to wish all four of his baby mamas a Happy Mother's Day. In the posts, he complimented the women for being "beautiful" and for helping him make "beautiful babies." 




4. Ciara unsuccessfully sued Future for slander and defamation. 

In 2016, Ciara sued Future for $15 million, claiming he slandered and defamed her. At that time, Future made snarky comments at the expense of her then-boyfriend, now-husband Russell Wilson, which Ciara took to be slanderous.

However, the judge in the case later ruled that Future's tweets were innocent, and dismissed Ciara's case. 


5. Two other women are suing Future, claiming he's the father of their children. 

In October 2019, Future was sued by a woman named Cindy Renae Parker, who claimed he was the father of her daughter, Legend Ary Wilburn. The suit from Parker comes two months after another woman, Eliza Seraphim, filed papers claiming that Future was the father of her child as well.

If he's proven to be the father of both of these women's babies, his total child count will be up to eight — and his total baby mama count will also be up to eight. Somebody better call Maury! 

6. Could Future really have nine baby mamas? 

There's no word on whether the photo of the "secret child" belongs to either of the women in question who are suing him — or to another woman altogether. While the suggestion is that "Future has kept her hidden," there's no confirmation in either direction.


Regardless, we will keep you informed of any developments as they happen. 

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, publicist, and photographer whose work has appeared in Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, BET.com, and more.