Baby Boom: Ne-Yo and Crystal Renay, Chris and Adrienne Bosh Have New Additions

The couples are over the moon.

Two couples have added new additions to their families this week. Ne-Yo and his new wife Crystal Renay-Smith are the proud parents of a bouncing baby boy and NBA star Chris Bosh welcomed twin sons with his wife Adrienne.

Just three weeks after tying the knot, newlyweds Ne-Yo and Crystal welcomed their first child, SJ — presumably named after the singer, whose real name is Shaffer Smith.

According to People, Crystal shared the news on Snapchat with a photo of herself holding the newborn's hand with the caption, "Prince SJ has arrived."

Back in August 2015, Ne-Yo killed two birds with one stone, revealing to his fans that they were not only expecting their first baby together, but they were also engaged.

This is Ne-Yo's third child. He is the father to Mason Evan, 4, and Madilyn Grace, 5, from a previous relationship.

Ne-Yo and Crystal got married during an oceanside ceremony on February 20 in Los Angeles.

Miami Heat star Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne welcomed twin sons Phoenix and Lennox on Tuesday. They're already the proud parents of three: Trinity, 6 — Bosh's daughter from a previous relationship — Jackson, 3, and Dylan Skye, 2.

The couple shared their excitement about having twins with People back in October: "Chris and I are so excited about having twins," Adrienne said. "The Bosh side of the family has two sets of twins, so they are overjoyed at the news of having another generation of them."

Congratulations to the happy couples on their new bundles of joy!

Watch Crystal Renay-Smith dish on her pregnancy in an About the Business clip below: is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music. 

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