“I Got, How Many, 22 Kids?”: Stevie Wonder Finally Speaks On Whether Or Not He’s Expecting Triplets
Last month, the National Enquirer did a story claiming that Stevie Wonder and alleged fiancée, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, 40, are expecting triplets. At the age of 64, and still technically married, the idea of the musician expecting another child with another woman, let alone triplets, seemed like a joke. But when Wonder’s estranged wife, Kai Millard Morris, decided to speak out on the rumors and didn’t say they were false, we didn’t know what to think:
While addressing news of Stevie Wonder and fiancée Tameeka [sic] Robyn Bracy expecting, Kai Milla says that she has no opinions on Stevie’s life or what his choices are. They are legally separated, and he has his own life. She adds that she is not judging Stevie and that they have an amicable relationship in regards to their two sons, Kailand and Mandla. She wishes Stevie well in life.
So what really is going on?
Wonder finally spoke on the rumors that he’s expecting three more kids in his brood while visiting “The View” earlier today. And when Whoopi Goldberg asked him about it, he joked, saying “I got, how many, 22 kids?”
According to USA Today, this is what he had to say:
“It’s not true. The truth is we’re going to have a wonderful daughter, born in December, name is going to be Nia, which is ‘purpose.’
Rumors spread, and like I said in the song “Superstition”: When you believe in things you don’t understand, you suffer.”
So to wrap, Wonder is expecting his eighth child (with his 40-year-old girlfriend, not a 25-year-old fiancée), not his 11th…”That’s a bunch of bull!”