Lil Wayne & Rumored Fiancée La'Tecia Thomas Go Public for the First Time at Super Bowl 2020
Lil Wayne and his rumored fiancée La'Tecia Thomas just made their first official appearance during this year's Super Bowl, and they look happily in love.
La'Tecia Thomas would often drop hints about dating Lil Wayne by posting his merchandise and her huge diamond ring on Instagram, but their recent appearance together just made everything clearer for their fans.
During Super Bowl weekend, Lil Wayne was also celebrating the launch of his newest album called "Funeral." There, La'Tecia and Lil Wayne smiled happily for the camera, making it the first time they've publicly done it.
People speculated about the engagement after the model has been seen wearing the same ring since October 2019.
In the same album, Lil Wayne confirms his relationship to La'Tecia by having the lyrics "I got a plus-sized model but she my lil' mama."
Indeed, Thomas is an Australian plus-size model signed with Wilhelmina. With over a million followers on Instagram, she often shares body-positive images and inspirational quotes for others to get motivated.
SPECULATING THE ENGAGEMENT
While the pair never deliberately confirmed their engagement let alone their relationship, people speculated about the engagement after the model has been seen wearing the same ring since October 2019.
Prior to dating La'Tecia, Lil Wayne was married to Toya Wright, the mother of his child Reginae, from 2004 to 2006. The pair split due to their conflicting lifestyles despite being together for years.
In 2002, he got engaged to R&B singer Nivea, but the pair broke up shortly after welcoming their son Neal Carter in 2009. He also shares a son with Lauren London, the girlfriend of Nipsey Hussle, named Kameron Carter, and another with radio host Sarah Vivian named Dwyane Carter III.
HIS FAMOUS DAUGHTER
Growing up under the spotlight is never easy but for one of Lil Wayne's children, she had to endure it. Reginae Carter is no stranger to the industry as she's been on reality TV shows with her mom Toya Wright, and she grew up with everyone knowing her dad, too.
The 21-year-old recently opened up about how people would treat her differently after finding out who her parents are, and it's affected her relationships in school and with boys.
One thing that Lil Wayne taught her, though, is that "there's nothing more beautiful than a black educated woman," and that's something she continues to live by.