Rapper Fabolous says 'wanna get drunk & make baby' before hitting Walgreens, fans say 'get them tubes tied'
Fabolous must be on an emotional high as he and Emily have a new addition to their family with the birth of their daughter, Journey Isabella Jackson
Brooklyn rapper John David Jackson, better known by his stage name Fabolous, may have dropped a little too much info on his social media on Tuesday (November 24). The hip-hop veteran shared a photo of him and his girlfriend, Emily Bustamante, posing in front of a large sign during a holiday in Aruba, but what's more curious is his caption for the snap. "I wanna get drunk & make a baby tonight..." Fabolous wrote on Instagram, adding, "then go to Walgreens in the morning 😜🤷🏾♂️😩🥴😂 @emilyb_"
The artiste hasn't made his intentions clear for hitting the pharmaceutical store the next morning after his baby-making spree, but he then added another note which reads, "My Plan B is another way to make my Plan A work 😭." Check out Fabolous' very transparent post here.
Meanwhile, fans on Instagram took his post in jest with some humorous comments of their own. "Chilllllllllllllll lol 😩 #6weekspostpartum," said a fan, while another wrote, "😂😂😂😂 The caption and transparency brooo." Another said, "Get them tubes tied, save you a trip 👌🏽." "It’s the CAPTION fa’ meeeee 😭😭😭 I always be forgetting to head to WALGREENS 🥺," said a third. "😂😂😂😂😂 Not Walgreens for the pack! 😂😂😂😂😂," read another comment.
Fabolous must be on an emotional high as he and Emily have a new addition to their family with the birth of their daughter, Journey Isabella Jackson. Emily also recently shared photos of their daughter to celebrate the one-month anniversary of her birth. Check out the cute pics here. Fabolous and Emily also share two sons, Johan, 12, and Jonas, 5.
It is evident from the couple's excitement and a series of social media posts of their daughter that Fabolous could be understandably distracted from his music-making process. One of the latest clues came in July 2020 when the rapper shared a photo of himself seen in studio, although he didn't make any mention of what project he's working on. His latest studio album, 'Summertime Shootout 3: Coldest Summer Ever', arrived in November 2019. Nevertheless, with his extensive discography and nearly 20 years in the game, taking whatever time out Fabolous sees fit is deserved, but with a little less transparency next time.