Cyn’s relationship with the rapper is going strong and the two recently announced that Cyn was pregnant. When asked about the pregnancy, Cyn had this to say: “So now that we’ve announced that I’m pregnant, I no longer have to hide anymore, which is the best feeling. I hate pretending and I had to wear baggy clothes and I’m just over that, thank God.” The couple announced the arrival of their new son via Twitter and Instagram. She spoke about the pictures that she had taken while pregnant. “So I was excited to plan my maternity shoot. I wanted something angelic, which is how I feel right now, I feel like there is a miracle growing inside of me. I didn’t want to do too much and I also didn’t want to do like the whole nude thing.” She said she wanted the shoot to have a touch of class and that she wasn’t comfortable doing a nude maternity shoot. Cyn said that she knew people would be happy for Joey and her when they announced the pregnancy but that she was not expecting the huge response. She said she got nearly half a million “likes” on the maternity picture posted on the internet. She said “people seemed to be genuinely happy for us.”
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But there were others who posted unnecessarily rude comments prompting Cyn to post this supportive tweet to women everywhere: “[that comment] made me really sad. Not because it hurt my feelings... (cause I don’t give a [expletive] what y’all talkin bout) but because others have to deal with reading these type of low comments. What about those who don’t have thick skin? Those that are easily affected by outside commentators? Just the thought of it alone makes me cringe and breaks my heart. Unfortunately, cruel people exist in this world. There’s nothing that we can do about them. So we need to protect ourselves and lift each other up. So this goes out to ALL my women. Pregnant or not. Big nose or small nose. Embrace it. Embrace you. You are beautiful.” Cyn was praised as she offered support to women who come under the scrutiny of internet trolls, she went on to say about the trolls: “It really isn’t about you. It’s about them. They’re facing daily struggles and this is how they cope. By coming on social media and tearing others down. Don’t take them too personal.”
Fans also enjoyed Cyn’s description of her ultimate baby shower: “Baby shower, it needs to be big, grand, extra, I want fireworks, I want live bands, I want a [expletive] Ferris wheel with my child’s name on it, I want people to come in gowns, I want [expletive] lava cakes just exploding everywhere, we can get a unicorn. I want everything in my baby shower, I’m real extra, I don’t care.”
Cyn has an online clothing store and due to her recent pregnancy she wants to begin offering maternity clothes at her shop. She says “I understand now what pregnant women go through, and the struggle.” She goes on to say that they are currently designing some clothes that she is going to try on and “see how it feels, the fabrics and all that, and if it all good I shall start selling soon.”
Cyn Santana and Joe Budden will soon be appearing on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: New York.” The show is being marketed as the couple “returning to their roots and will premiere on November 26th of this year. The couple will join other stars Remy & Papoose, Juelz & Kimbella, and others.
20 Oct, 2018