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R U Preggo? Tammy Rivera’s Fans Immediately Decide Her ‘Surprise’ Must Be a Pregnancy

Tammy Rivera fans are just begging for her and husband, rapper Waka Flocka to have a baby already.

The “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” actress announced on Instagram this week that she had some exciting news to share with fans, but her post got bombarded with comments from folks who hoped she had a bun cooking in the oven.

“Can’t wait to share with you guys!! #MeetTheFlockas,” Rivera wrote on Feb. 26 along with a glamour shot photo of herself attached.

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Tammy Rivera. (@charliesangelll/Instagram

A few people guessed that she and Waka landed their own reality series due to the seemingly greenscreen background in her image and her hashtag “meettheflockas.”

“Realty Show, #MeetTheFlockas?” one fan guessed. “I like you guys together. Beautiful family.”

Another commented, “With y’all’s chemistry it has to be a show about your lives. Am I right?”

However, their predictions ran a distant second to that of the hundreds of fans who guessed Rivera was pregnant.

“Are you guys having a baby❤️?” one Instagram user guessed. “I sure hope so 😍!”

“Let me guess Issa Baby ain’t it?!” another added.

“😍 I hope the lord bless y’all with triplets 😭.”

Rivera quickly shut down the hundreds of fans speculating if the news was a baby.

“Dang ya’ll I want to be pregnant already too but that’s not the news lol,” the mother of one wrote. “I love it tho keep the energy coming.”

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Although Rivera denounced the pregnancy rumors, she neither confirmed nor denied comments speculating an upcoming reality show of her and her family.

However, in October 2017, it was reported that the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star and her husband scored a spinoff show coincidentally called “Meet the Flockas.” The couple reportedly had negotiated a deal with “LHH” franchise producer Mona Scott-Young, who was set to produce the show, according to Bossip.

The show was set to center on Rivera, her 13-year-old daughter Charlie, and Waka, who explained at the time that their series would be a lot different than “LHHATL.”

“We control all this. It’s about time that the people see some real reality s—,” said the “Hard In Da Paint” rapper.

Tammy Rivera

Waka Flocka Flame, Charlie Rivera, and Tammy Rivera attend “We TV Celebrates The Return Of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” at Club Tongue & Groove on Oct. 2, 2018, in Atlanta. (Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images for We TV)

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