Decent rapper, Remy Ma’s baby demanded breastfeed in the middle of video interview.
As the interview continued, baby Reminisce began to cry despite her parents’ attempts to rock her and the rapper acknowledged that: “She wants to eat”.
Reminisce Mackie (Remy Ma) turned her baby towards her to start breastfeeding then the interview continued without a hitch.
Plenty fellow moms commended Remy on normalizing breastfeeding. “Shout out to Remy for breastfeeding her child on TV and for the ladies of The Real to keep the conversation going as usual,” one YouTube commentator noted.
Another comment read, “as a mother that currently breastfeeds and have breastfed all of my children this truly gave me life.”
Later, Remy said on Instagram that: “The goal was to stop [breastfeeding] when she turned one. But when she turned one, she wasn’t having it. So I was slowly weaning her off. It’s definitely dramatically down. But ever since the quarantine, she’s super attached now. I just want my boobs back to myself”.
The breastfeeding occurred during a recent virtual episode of The Real, in which Remy and her husband, rapper Papoose, and their one-year-old daughter Reminisce joined to talk about how their family dynamic has evolved since social distancing.
The rapper revealed that she and her husband have family and friends who have been affected and even passed away from COVID-19. They also explained they would consider relocating from New York to their second home in North Carolina, “if this continues to get worse”.
Reminisce Mackie is an American rapper who was initially discovered by Big Pun, and came to prominence for her work as a member of Fat Joe’s group, Terror Squad.
On February 7, 2006, she released her debut studio album There’s Something About Remy: Based on a True Story, which was a modest success, peaking at number 33 on the Billboard 200 chart.
She is one of only six female rappers to ever top the Billboard Hot 100 chart (as a member of Terror Squad on “Lean Back”) and one of only four multiple winners of the BET Award for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, which she won in 2005 and 2017.[