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Is Lil Xan’s Fiancé’s ultrasound actually from Google? Some fans think so.
A few weeks ago Lil Xan and Annie Smith announced that they were pregnant via Instagram. The rapper, who said they were only a few weeks along, was met with messages of encouragement and support from fans.
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i wanted to wait but i just can’t leave my fans in the dark,it’s official im going to be a father 😭💔 i love you guys so much and hope you stay along for this crazy journey and i’ve never felt more happy in my life💔 all of you are invited to the gender reveal party i promise ! Cant wait to show the world everything i’ve been working on at youtube space and my official sophomore album “BE SAFE” and to my baby my angel my sunshine @anniiesmith i love you with all my heart ❤️ thank you for saving me i love you more then words could describe 💌👼🏼💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
Smith then showed a photo of her ultrasound in a YouTube vlog and said she was actually 9 weeks along, further than she had originally thought.
After the video was posted some people started to think the picture looked a little sus and did some digging. Upon doing a quick Google image search, they then realized that there was a very similar looking one to Smith’s. The internet, particularly Twitter came up with theories that they coupled faked the entire thing. Smith has since spoken to E! News, and denied the rumors that she and Xan faked her pregnancy to further their careers.
“When i posted my YouTube video with my ultrasound pictures, a girl (i’m not going to comment on who) photoshopped them with another persons name, year, birthday etc, and uploaded them to Google, I really am just staying off the internet for the time being because it’s really sad for me to see these things.”
The rumors are still swirling, but really only time will tell…take a look at one of the tweets below and decide for yourself.
“lil xan & annie smith’s baby” vs. “9 week ultrasound” google image search… lmao pic.twitter.com/fppsHLoQgj
— Brianne Boettcher (@BreeBoettcher) February 23, 2019