According to TMZ, the rapper was admitted back into the hospital to endure emergency surgery after suffering excessive bleeding on Tuesday night. The site reported that her procedure was a success thanks to blood transfusions and she’s expected to be released in a day or two.
On December 14, after what Papoose described as a “tough labor,” Remy gave birth to a little girl. The couple has yet to release a picture of their daughter or her name.
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After overcoming such a tough labor/delivery! My wife breast feeds our child, around the clock. I’m so amazed by her strength, courage & motherly touch. @remyma Thank you babe! This is all a dream come true! #thegoldenchild Daddy got you forever 🙏🏿🙏🏿 You are the definition of beauty.
We’re glad that Remy is on the mend, but this news is particularly triggering.
From Serena Williams to Kenya Moore to Judge Hatchett’s daughter-in-law who died during child-birth last year, we know that Remy isn’t alone when it comes to having serious complications with giving birth and pregnancy.
Not to mention the numerous reports that came out this year stating that African-American women are more likely than white women to die from pregnancy-related causes. According to recent CDC data, Black women experience 44 deaths for every 100,000 live births, while white women are just under 13 deaths. Our rates here in the U.S. are so bad that they mirror those in developing nations.
In addition, like Remy, we’re also more likely to experience more traumatic births than other women.
Prayers up to Remy on her speedy recovery!
This is a developing story and we’ll provide updates as they become available.