Princess Love's Baby Son Epik Is Dad Raj J's Lookalike in a New Photo
Princess Love shared an adorable picture of her 4-month-old baby son, Epik, on her Instagram page, showing the little tot's resemblance with his father, Ray J.
Princess Love shared an adorable mother-and-son picture on her Instagram page, featuring her son, Epik, and herself.
In the picture, Love carried her cute baby in one hand, allowing him to rest on her side, while she used the other hand to take the selfie. The adorable baby looked to be enjoying himself and looked right at the camera.
Love wore a black top while Epik was unclad, wearing only his napkin in the picture. In the caption to her post, the proud mom wrote, "Epik," accompanied by an orange heart emoji.
"He perfectly looks like you and Ray."
Another fan said that Baby Epik was a very good combination of both parents, while a third fan wrote that the adorable baby looked just like his father.
Princess Love and Ray J welcomed baby Epik on January 1, making him their second child together, after his older sister, Melody Norwood, 2 — to make them a perfect family of four.
Several rumors went flying around, claiming that Love wanted a divorce from Ray J
Epik's birth came following a tension-filled few weeks between his parents, after Love accused Ray J of leaving her and Melody stranded in Las Vegas.
The drama between the couple began when Ray J posted a now-deleted family picture from BET's Soul Train Awards on November 17, on social media.
Love commented on the picture, saying that Ray J left her and Melody stranded in Vegas, and blocked her from calling, and was now posting family photos. She ended with the hashtag, "Bye Ugly.
After that episode, several rumors went flying around, claiming that Love wanted a divorce from Ray J. The rapper was also seen without his wedding ring at the Los Angeles Airport.
Ray J later spoke to People, apologizing to his wife, saying that he knew she was still mad at him, but that sometimes couples go through difficult stages, and also adding that they were good.