Lil Xan believes his girlfriend faked her pregnancy and miscarriage, but he wants to 'give her the benefit of the doubt'

Lil Xan and Annie Smith started dating shortly after his breakup with Noah Cyrus. He said he is 'confused' and in 'limbo' after the controversy surrounding fake pregnancy claims


                            Lil Xan believes his girlfriend faked her pregnancy and miscarriage, but he wants to 'give her the benefit of the doubt'

Rapper Lil Xan has finally opened up about the mystery surrounding his girlfriend Annie Smith's pregnancy and miscarriage.

The 22-year-old, in a recent interview, said that he's "suspicious" of Smith's pregnancy, but "wants to give her the benefit of the doubt." If you been in the dark about the controversy surrounding the Xan-Smith pregnancy, the couple got together in September 2018 and Xan announced in February 2019 that he and his girlfriend were going to be parents. Sweet, right? Wait till you hear the rest of the story.



 

A few weeks later, the couple shared photos from a nine-week ultrasound scan in a YouTube video, following which, a fan claimed that the photos were ripped off of Google Images. The fan shared photos that appear when you Google "week 9 ultrasound," and added that the images "line up perfectly" when placed on top of each other.

Responding to the accusations, Smith said that it was "sad" and "disappointing" and vehemently denied faking her pregnancy. According to reports, Smith said that "a girl" had photoshopped the images and uploaded them to Google. "When I posted my YouTube video with my ultrasound pictures, a girl — I'm not going to comment on who — photoshopped them with another person's name, year, birthday, etc, and uploaded them to Google," she said.

Then in April, Smith shared the news that she had a miscarriage. She has remained silent after she posted a lengthy Instagram post on how she was extremely hurt by the miscarriage. 



 

Speaking to No Jumper, Xan said that while he "did really start seeing a belly," other things made the pregnancy "suspicious" and "questionable". When asked if he thinks she might have faked it to "keep you with her," Xan said he felt 50/50 about it.

"This is another suspicious thing... I was like, 'Go down to the hospital because it's on our street and get the paperwork saying that you had a miscarriage,'" he added. "But she came back saying, 'Oh, I have to do this process and shit.' It really gets you thinking, you know what I mean?" he asked, adding that he wants to "give her the benefit of the doubt."

Lil Xan performs onstage during Day 1 of Billboard Hot 100 Festival 2018 at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on August 18, 2018, in Wantagh, New York. (Source: Getty Images)

When asked about their relationship status, Xan said that it's "very complicated" and "we in limbo or some shit." Smith posted an Instagram story a few hours after the interview went live in which she wrote: "All I can say is love is hard. True, passionate, unconditional, eternal love will never be easy. Ever. Love sucks and it is the most beautiful, magical feeling in this world. Judging people via the internet about who they fall in love with and what they choose to do in their relationship is so sad because you can NEVER understand another couple's relationship."

Lil Xan, whose real name is Nicholas Diego Leanos, was dating Noah Cyrus before he got into a relationship with Annie Smith.