"Went Out With A Bang!"

Da Brat showed up and out at the Lovers & Friends Festival in Las Vegas this past weekend. The recording artist’s baby bump was on full display as she performed.


Da Brat’s wife, Jesseca “Judy” Dupart, was instrumental in designing the rapper’s outfit. “Thank you to my BeauRtiful wife @darealbbjudy for my custom outfit made by @flyydotcom and being thee (sic) best companion ever,” Brat wrote to her spouse after the event.

“Thank u (sic) to @loversandfriendsfest for having me and our unborn miracle rock out b4 (sic) he arrives into this world,” the recording artist continued. “It was a challenge but we pushed through,” Da Brat exclaimed. “We went out [with] a BANG!”

The Lovers & Friends Festival was Da Brat’s final performance whPREGNANT RIHANNA STUNS IN BLACK AND WHITE FUR LOOKile pregnant. The recording artist is moving towards more light work, which includes promoting her wife’s brand, Kaleidoscope, online.

Da Brat and Judy took to Instagram on Saturday (May 6) to encourage their supporters to shop Kaleidoscope at Target.

“Make sure while you’re out today shopping at Target that you pick up your Kaliedescope x Da Brat collection,” Brat and Judy shared. “Try it once [and] you’ll never use anything else,” the celebrity couple said.

Da Brat and Judy also shared new maternity photos to celebrate their brand. “Beautiful pics,” one fan said. “Da Brat definitely loves Judy,” another social media follower declared.

Judy and Da Brat are navigating a bit of a storm after revealing their sperm donor is white. The celebrity couple shared the news during a recent interview with The Root.
“We didn’t have a lot to choose from,” Da Brat shared. “He definitely wasn’t Black,” the expectant star said.

“I think we did a great job with picking,” Da Brat continued. “He’s handsome, he’s tall, and I think he’s going to look beautiful with my wife’s egg.”

Some responded with outrage after learning that Da Brat and Judy went with a white sperm donor. Judy responded to the backlash with a social media post.

“We had no idea going into this that our chances of a Black donor would be slim to none,” Judy shared. “With my genetic testing, I’m the carrier of four disorders that reduced our chances of a Black donor down to one person, and that one person had very limited info/portfolio to judge on … including background.”

Judy expressed disappointment in the backlash she and Da Brat received but, nevertheless, told her fans and foes she understood. “A lot of people don’t even realize all the things when it comes to the [IVF] journey including [the] lack of Black donors,” the businesswoman said.

“Of course, we didn’t want to add any other stigmas or anything to our child,” Judy shared. “But we had severely limited options,” the entrepreneur said. “Thanks to all the people supporting us on our journey. I truly hope this brings more awareness to Black men to donate.”

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Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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