Friday, November 06, 2009

Victoria Pregnant?

Kevin Federline reportedly will add a fifth child to his growing family, when former professional volleyball player and current girlfriend, Victoria Prince, gives birth.

Federline, famous for being the baby daddy and former husband of pop princess Britney Spears, was rumored to be disturbed by the news.

The rapper has two children, Kori, 7, and Kaleb, 5, with actress and former girlfriend, Shar Jackson, along with sons Sean, 4, and Jayden, 3, whom he fathered with Spears.
Federline gained a considerable amount of weight after his divorce from Spears, and is slated to join Shar Jackson on VH1's Celebrity Fit Club, on February 14, 2010, to lose it.


However another report says:

The National Enquirer reported today that Kevin Federline's girlfriend Victoria Prince was pregnant with what would be K-Fed's fifth child.

A source said: "The test was positive. She told Kevin that she was pregnant, but he didn't seem happy to hear the news."

The ever trusty Gossip Cop debunked the news quickly, as his rep told the site that the rumors "are not true." Kevin, who has been dating the volleyball star for just under a year, was said to be desperately unhappy about welcoming a child into the world.

Another insider allegedly said: “Under no circumstances does he want another kid now. He's not even acknowledging the possibility. He's awful when it comes to birth control. Kevin thinks it's the woman's responsibility."

Pals admitted they have had their suspicions about Victoria’s condition for several weeks. One pal explained: “Victoria thought she was pregnant after she felt sick after lunch one day. Victoria's been ill off and on, so everyone suspects that she's expecting."



Anonymous said...

Ever heard of pulling out Kevin? I'm sure the whore would enjoy your load.

Anonymous said...

this fool just made his demographic
failed rapper
no education/job
leeches of the rich ex
5 kids from three different women

he should move to louisiana because of california's deadbeat dad laws