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Teyana Taylor Says a Precious Being Is Ruining Her Love Life and Everyone Can Relate

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Teyana Taylor, Iman Tayla “Junie” Shumpert Jr. and Iman Shumpert are a close-knit family. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

Singer Teyana Taylor may have it going on with basketball star hubby Iman Shumpert but the attractive spouses have not been getting it on in the bedroom.

The tight-bodied star says that’s because of the 2-year-old daughter she shares with Shumpert named Junie. Taylor, whose reality show, “Teyana & Iman,” with the Sacramento Kings forward premieres Monday, March 26 on VH1, explained the toddler loves to be included in everything with her parents.

“Junie falls asleep on my head,” she told Page Six Wednesday, March 21. “Even if Iman kisses me, she will move my face and kiss him, then she will bring me and his head together and we will do a three-way kiss — she has to be involved.”

Because of Junie’s desire to sleep in the same bed as the 27-year-olds, the pair has not been able to have as active of a sex life as before.

“Pre-Junie sex was every day. Post-Junie, Mama is tired,” Taylor said. “I would be down, Mama and Papa had to go to work. Junie did not want to go to sleep, and one thing I will not do is make love in front of my baby. Junie has a room, but she likes to sleep with us. Now we have to plan it out. That is just parenthood. We can’t complain.”

And apparently, that highly-talked about the scene in Kanye Wests’ 2016 “Fade” music video was the closest the pair got to hooking up that night. The couple with bodies most anyone would be envious of were all over each other as they kissed and caressed in the shower stall.

But at home, it was a different story.

“When we got home, Junie was c— blocking, she did not let us do anything,” Taylor explained. “Do not let the shower scenes fool you! Don’t get it twisted — when we get it in, we get it in good — but when Junie is around, we can kiss that goodbye.”


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