Evelyn Lozada’s fertility struggles have been well documented on reality TV. But that didn’t stop one fan from speculating that the star overcame that and was currently hiding a bun in the oven.
However, those hopes were dashed when the “Basketball Wives” star issued a light-hearted response to the question.
Lozada on Tuesday uploaded a photo to Instagram posing in a summer-ready frock from Fashion Nova.
“My crush better like this pic 👀🤪 Outfit: Toucan Play That Game Skirt Set,” she captioned the photo.
Perhaps the flowy style prompted a fan to ask if she is pregnant.
“So @evelynlozada is there something baking in the oven ? 🤔👼🏼” a fan inquired.
“@cancerscorpiomoon My eggs are the only thing baking 🥴🤣” Lozada replied.
Lozada has two children: 25-year-old Shaniece Hairston and 5-year-old Leo Crawford.
Keeping her second pregnancy under wraps until the six-month mark, Lozada finally came clean by revealing the news to People magazine in November 2013.
“I am so excited to announce a wonderful blessing — I’m pregnant!” she said of the baby she shared with retired MLB player Carl Crawford. “I’m excited about being a mommy all over again. This is something I’ve been wanting for years and I can’t believe it’s finally happening.”
Fertility woes continued to plague the star after she welcomed Leo. The star visited with her gynecologist on her short-lived reality show “Livin’ Lozada” and sobbed about the value of having another child with her then-fiancé.
“It’s important for me to have another child because when you have a miscarriage, I feel like it leaves a hole in your heart forever. And you just feel like something is missing,” Lozada said.
Talking on “The Real” in 2016, the star discussed what it was like to suffer through three miscarriages after going through two rounds of in-vitro fertilization treatments.
After the two called off their engagement in 2017, the star was later faced with the decision of what to do with the remaining embryos they’d harvested.
“Him and I both agreed that me just letting go of the embryos is the best thing to do,” Lozada said on “Basketball Wives” last season.
Speaking during a confessional scene, the emotional star said, “I would have never thought in a million years thought that this is what I would be doing to my embryos. But I don’t have a choice because my relationship is over.”