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DDG Discusses Fatherhood and Identifies the Source of Baby Halo Name

About his new life as Halle Bailey’s partner and the father of their young boy Halo, DDG has revealed a few personal insights.

The Shade Room and the YouTuber-turned-rapper had a conversation for their show, Keep It 100, on Friday, April 26. There, he disclosed that, given everything, his modest family’s existence is very typical.

“I style him. At 2:24, the pleased father of the pair’s son said, “I made sure I told Halle that was my job.” “We work together now, but I feel like I should put together the best outfits for him when we go out to special occasions like playdates.”

“I kind of wanted him to have something of Halle’s, so it’s like H-A-L is hers and H-A-L is his,” he explained, adding that “he has my last name.” If you place Halle and Halo next to each other, they appear identical.

When baby Halo said his first words last month, DDG and Halle Bailey were the definition of proud parents.

The couple documented their adorable relationship with their child in a video that was shared on social media, showing them encouraging him to say his first words.

Halo can be heard repeatedly saying “Dada,” the rapper and online celebrity who was born in Michigan, while she coos and kicks with pleasure. Halo tries a few times before finally echoing his father and saying, “Dada.”

After that, DDG and Halle erupted in unison in celebration of their son’s noteworthy achievement.

“FIRST WORDS FROM MY SON!! HE YELLED, DADA! [Sad face, red heart emoji],” DDG wrote as a caption for the video. “OMG [emoji of a crying face] KEEP WATCHING TO THE END.”

After several months of rumors that Halle Bailey was expecting, the couple declared the birth of Halo in January.

The Little Mermaid actress stated on Instagram, “Even though it’s only been a few days since the new year began, the best thing 2023 could have done for me was bring me my son.”

“The world is eager to get to know you [wink, crying, laughing, black heart emoji]. Welcome to the world, my halo [smiley face with hearts emoji, baby angel emoji, star emoji].”








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