After their rekindled romance, "Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta" star Reginae Carter gave a sweet birthday shoutout to her boyfriend, YFN Lucci, who turned 30 on February 16.
Actress and reality star Regina Carter, daughter of hip hop star Lil Wayne and Toya Johnson, sweetened up her Instagram feed for boyfriend YFN Lucci, who recently turned a year older.
The "GUHH" star took to the online platform to share sweet pictures with Lucci, whose real name is Reyshawn Bennet. The occasion seemed special for Carter as her boyfriend was recently released from jail.
Lil Wayne and Reginae Carter at the 2014 BET Awards on June 29, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
SHARING SWEET MOMENTS
Carter's loving pictures with Lucci looked like they were old pictures from one of their previous parties. She also shared an intimate black-and-white photo enjoying each other's company.
The 22-year-old reality star showed herself in a party mood with Lucci in the next snap. She donned a Dior top with shades while her beau was dressed in a red jersey.
Lucci and Carter, who share a love for street-style fashion, were dazzling in chunky silver necklaces. The sweet pair, known for their on-and-off relationship status, had fun at the moment.
Carter, who stars in "Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta," also shared an intimate black-and-white photo enjoying each other's company. The 22-year-old reality star captioned her post:
"Happy birthday baby ❤️ I love you ? The big 30? (I mean 21) lol enjoy your Day?."
FOLLOWING STRICT CONDITIONS
The loved-up post came after Lucci's release from Fulton County jail last month, following his involvement in a fatal shooting on December 10, which left one man dead and another one injured.
Lucci's lawyer bailed him out and negotiated with the prosecution a $500,000 bond. However, the bond has strict conditions, requiring the rapper to surrender his passport and wear a GPS ankle monitor.
Before the crime took place, Lucci rekindled his relationship with Carter in October.
Earlier, CNN reported that Lucci had voluntarily surrendered himself to the Atlanta Police Department. Aside from felony murder, he faced charges of aggravated assault.
The police also slapped the Atlanta-native rapper with charges on the participation in street gang activity and possession of a firearm during the commission of the crime.
The pair, known for their on-and-off status, ended their relationship in 2019. Lucci realized he shouldn't have broken up with Carter because of a party involving a cucumber.