Dancehall artiste Skeng and partner expecting second child
Dancehall artiste Skeng is expecting another child with his partner and the mother of his first son. (Photo via Skeng's IG)

KINGSTON, Jamaica - Dancehall artiste Skeng is expecting another child with his partner and the mother of his first son.

The entertainer made the announcement via an Instagram post on Sunday night.

In two photos captioned #BabyWoopWoop, the Ratty Gang entertainer can be seen posing with his pregnant girlfriend and their infant son. In one of the pictures, the family was clad in all-black ensembles. The two were seemingly at a baby shower.

Skeng's partner also posted photos on her Instagram page @bossladay.1. Dubbing her baby's father her 'favourite' person, the expectant mother expressed happiness at procreating with the dancehall artiste.

"Omg! So my baby is going to be a big brother, I can't believe. I'm so happy I'm making babies with my favourite person. I pray the Lord cover my lil family and keep us together,' her caption read.

The couple, who have kept their relationship out of the public's eye, welcomed their first child in November 2022. Since the announcement, the artiste has received a flood of congratulatory messages from colleagues and fans alike. Users on Instagram praised the entertainer for keeping his personal life under wraps and quietly expanding on his family.

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