This is not a drill! Bontle Modiselle and Priddy Ugly announce pregnancy

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They have certainly raised the bar when it comes to celebrity pregnancy announcements.

Actress Bontle and rapper Ricardo Moloi also known as Priddy Ugly just made a huge announcement on their Instagram accounts today. The duo is pregnant with their first child!

The excited mom to be took to social media to announce the news with a gorgeous snap, she said:

"10 years of our love has given life to our first love. A culmination of who we are and what we have become. We’ve done many great things, together and individually, but none as incredible as this.
"There’s no way to describe how this feels, but I feel everything all at once, intensely so.
For the first time, I feel superhuman. But above all, I’m abundantly blessed by God to be chosen to mother a child with the man I truly love, coming into a family who can’t wait to meet them. 
Thank you for the greatest gift of my life @priddy_ugly. I LOVE YOU!"

The soon to be daddy quickly intensified the excitement with a beautiful music video.


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This is what Priddy Ugly had to say to express his great joy:

"In the 10th Year celebration of our union, I dedicate this to our unborn child & my loving partner.
The future of Africa lies in the bond, the growth & unity of the African family, as well as our support & faith in it. It takes a community to raise a child.
We are grateful & thankful to have been blessed with the opportunity to raise the next generation of Africa.
You deserve the world @bontle.modiselle - congratulations, I LOVE YOU."

The couple also released a new song and music video, in which the expecting mom, Bontle is the leading lady.

The two are preparing for the release of their album, D.N.A. (Da New Africa). The album will be available on digital platforms on August 23, 2019.

Watch the new song below.

This pregnancy announcement takes the cake.

Congratulations to Bontle and Priddy Ugly!

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