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Tommie Lee Shuts Down ‘Baby’ Rumors After a Fan Noticed Her Weight Gain

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Tommie Lee recently addressed pregnancy rumors and confirmed that she was not with child.

Lee took to Instagram last week and shared a photo of herself sporting a sweater dress from clothing company Fashion Nova. Several fans noticed that Lee’s stomach was seemingly poking out of her dress.

One person, in particular, asked the reality star, “Do I see a baby bump 😍?”

Tommie Lee

(Photo credit: Tommie Lee Instagram)

Lee, who admitted in December that she gained weight in jail, replied back to the fan, “No Ma’am 💰💃.”

Other fans chimed in after the star confirmed she wasn’t pregnant.

“She shut those baby comments down fast af!”

“Tommie focused on her bag and not a baby.”

Lee was recently released from jail in December after allegedly slamming her daughter’s head into a locker. She spent a total of 2 months behind bars for the incident and currently faces a slew of charges such as simple battery and first-degree child cruelty. She will continue to remain on probation for the next remaining months.

The 34-year-old also made a huge announcement on Wednesday when she confirmed that she will no longer appear on LHHATL. Lee originally joined the VH1 series back in 2016 and quickly became a fan favorite.

Lee took to Instagram on January 2 and addressed fans who asked if legal troubles affected her job on the show.

She wrote in her Instagram Story, “I loved my old job but I no longer work with them.”


A fan chimed in under one of the star’s photo and asked Lee to clarify her statement on her social media.

“Did that story mean you quit LHH???” the fans asked Lee.

The reality star responded, “#Facts.”

Sources say the mother of two is looking forward to pursuing “bigger” and better opportunities outside of LHHATL.

Lee appears to be focusing on her music career and recently dropped a new single titled “Truth.” In the song, Lee speaks candidly about the hardships she’s overcome in her life such as child negligence and being sexually abused by a family member.

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