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Hol' Up: Woman Comes Forward Claiming Stevie J Knocked Her Up And Cheated On Faith Evans With Men And Women

The reality star reportedly just tied the knot with the singer.

Trouble appears to already be following newly wedded Stevie J as a woman has recently taken to social media to expose the reality star for allegedly getting her pregnant and cheating on his reported new wife, Faith Evans, with both men and women.

The woman in question, who goes by @thebossputa_ on Instagram, claims she was actually present in Las Vegas while Stevie was tying the knot with Evans, and she wasn't happy about it.

In her claims, which should probably be taken with a grain of salt, she states that she is pregnant with the reality star's kid, but he refuses to own up to the fact that he is the father.

In an effort to refute claims that she's lying, the 20-year-old made a series of Instagram posts with one of them showing her inside of the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star's home. She also posted photos of him in bed with her to add some validity to her story.

  • In regards to her being in Las Vegas while Stevie and Faith were getting hitched, the woman claims while she was present in the city, he refused to meet with her.

    She made a point to tell the R&B songstress, directly, that she should watch her back as her new husband has an affinity for cheating with a slew of men and women.

  • Attempting to silence her "trolls," who claim she's only seeking attention, she posted a photo of her pregnant belly to prove she is, in fact, with child. Whether or not the baby is Stevie's remains a mystery to the world.

  • It was recently reported that Stevie J and Faith Evans got married on Wednesday, July 18, in Las Vegas.

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