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Singer Nivea recently sat down for an interview with Vlad TV where she revealed that she and actress Lauren London became very close while they were both pregnant by Lil Wayne at the same time.

Nivea was asked if Lauren London’s pregnancy by Lil Wayne was the straw that broke that camel’s back in her and Lil Wayne’s relationship.

“Nah. It wasn’t at first. Not at first. It was very crushing. Then she and I became very close, ironically. She was a very good friend to me during my mother’s death,” Nivea said.

“I know that sounds weird but we were two people that were going through something that was along the lines of humiliating. It felt like who else could you share this oddly unique situation with. And in that, we connected as friends.”

“It’s still a testament to the type of man he is because all of his baby mothers, we’re all friends,” Nivea continued before saying that she loves Lauren London.

Before explaining how she and London became good friends, Nivea shared how she found out that they were both pregnant.

“And then I found out the day I was confirmed pregnant with our son that he had another one three months ahead of me that should be expected three months ahead of ours. So, I’m like,’Wow!’  Then my momma died. So, you know: life. ”

Lil Wayne and Lauren London’s son Cameron was born on September 9, 2009, while Nivea and Lil Wayne’s son, Neal, was born on November 30, 2009. Nivea and Wayne were also engaged during circa 2009. The two had also dated previously from 2002 to 2003.

Lil Wayne also has two other children, a daughter with his ex-wife Toya Wright and another son, Dwayne III with Sarah Vivan.

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Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.