A new story claiming Rihanna is "thinking" of having babies with Hassan Jameel is wholly made-up. Not surprisingly, the bogus report comes from HollywoodLife. It's a website that has a long history of posting fake news about the singer's relationship with Jameel.
According to the often discredited website, Rihanna is thinking about starting a family with the Saudi billionaire. In its purported "exclusive," a so-called "source" is quoted as telling the online publication, "Rihanna is madly in love with Hassan and she's starting to plan for a future with him." The outlet's seemingly fake "insider" further claims Rihanna and Jameel are "very serious, and now that she's hit the big 3-0 she's thinking about stuff like marriage and family a lot more." The blog's same supposed "source" then contends almost contradictorily, "She and Hassan aren't rushing into anything, but that's where her head is going."
Oddly, this is all coming from the same outlet Gossip Cop previously busted when it claimed Rihanna and the businessman "weren't that serious." In that fabricated article, HollywoodLies, as it's known, alleged Jameel was just Rihanna's "friend with benefits." Of course, that wasn't true either. As we have noted before, the website basically throws everything against the wall, hoping something sticks and that its readers forget all about its lies.
It's also amusing that HollywoodLies now maintains it has insight about the singer wanting babies, since Gossip Cop busted the outlet in May 2017 for falsely claiming she was pregnant, though Rihanna was unsure whether it was Drake or Chris Brown's baby. Of course, there was no baby. And after the Grammys a little more than a month ago, the blog again speculated Rihanna was expecting, this time with Jameel's child. Once again the site was wrong.
Now, the repeatedly embarrassed outlet would like its readers to believe Rihanna is "thinking" about having babies and starting a family with Jameel. And how would the website know what the singer is "thinking"? Is its "source" hiding in Rihanna's cerebral cortex?
Still, despite HollywoodLife's insistence on posting fake news, Gossip Cop investigated its claim, and a source close to the singer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, assures us the article is "made-up" and "not true." While Rihanna and Jameel have been spotted together on numerous occasions over the past few months, no one remotely close to the singer is talking to that site about her personal life. We've said it before, but the only thing fertile here are the imaginations of the writers at HollywoodLies.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.