The more the merrier!
New York City musician, Zeddy Will, 22, recently hosted a joint baby shower for his five pregnant baby mommas, one of his partners Lizzy Ashliegh claimed on TikTok.
Ashleigh, 29, revealed the startling achievement by showing off the party invitations, which showed the shower being hosted in Queens on Jan. 14.
The moms-to-be and Will posed for a joint photo on the invitation, which said: “Welcome little Zeddy Wills 1-5.”
“I guess we’re Sister Wives now,” Ashleigh captioned the video, referring to the popular TLC show that follows the lives of a polygamist family.
The Post has reached out to Ashleigh for comment.
The singer also uploaded happy photos of the large untraditional family posing outside their party.
And another disco-inspired photoshoot to show off their growing bumps alongside an overjoyed Will.
Ashleigh revealed in a follow-up video that the five moms – Ashleigh, Bonnie B, Kay Merie, Jylene Vila, and Iyanla Kalifa Galletti – have “accepted each other” because it is “better for the little ones” to grow up in a “big family.”
“Look at our beautiful family!” she captioned one of the photos. “We love our Baby Daddy! We will not ruin our babies’ lives! Our families have accepted this!”
Will’s co-manager told The Post: “Society has shifted, and in turn so has modern relationship dynamics. The essence lies in redefining relationships personally, breaking away from the one-size-fits-all approach and societal pressures to conform.”
His team also told the media outlet that they believe he’s mature enough to handle being a new father to five.
Video of the party shows the moms dancing and eating together and seemingly enjoying one another company as they celebrated their upcoming births.
Despite the family’s acceptance of their unconventional life, critics were quick to take to the comment section to blast their decision.
“That’s embarrassing, not going to lie,” wrote one TikTok user.
“LMAO, that’s gross,” another wrote.
One user was in disbelief, writing: “Please tell me this is not real.”
While another said: “The way you would never find me in a situation like this.”
The Post has reached out to the moms-to-be.
Ashleigh made headlines last year after a man ripped off her wig while she was walking in the city.