The Singer-Songwriter Introduces His Son, Noah, Through An Instagram Photo That Sees The Little Bundle Of Joy Sleeping In A Blue-And-White Bear-Patterned Onesie.

The rumors are true, everyone!

Hours after Trey Songz sparked speculation that he had become a first-time dad, the R&B singer confirmed the rumors by sharing on Instagram on Thursday night, May 16 a close-up photo of his son, Noah.

The image featured the little bundle of joy sleeping on a baby crib. He looked adorable in a blue-and-white bear-patterned onesie while raising both of his arms. "My son Noah. We are blessed and overjoyed. Peace," Trey said in the caption, to which several of his celebrity friends responded with congratulatory messages.

"What you talking bout Willis," 50 Cent wrote in the comment section as "Basketball Wives" star Angel Brinks commented, "Congratulations!!!! He's so adorable and precious!!" Meanwhile, musician duo Ar'mon and Trey said, "He already looking like he wanna say 'which one of y'all' lol congrats big bro blessing."

Trey didn't reveal who the mother of his son is, though it has been speculated that he might be sharing Noah with adult film star Brittney Jones, who posted a sonogram in December last year and claimed that the baby belonged to Trey.

Rumors of Trey welcoming a baby first sparked after he shared on the photo-sharing platform a black-and-white picture of a baby's foot resting against his hand.

At the time, some famous names had already sent him well wishes, including rumored ex-girlfriend Lori Harvey, who wrote, "Awww that little foot happy for you T!!!"

The baby news might come as a shock to many of his fans, but the singer has long wanted to have a child of his own. Back in 2015, Trey said, "Man I want kids. I've been wanting children before you could even imagine. I raised all the kids in my family. My younger brother, he's 20 years old, he just had his first child. I remember when he was a child, I used to burp him, change his diapers, now he got a baby."

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