Reggie Bush’s Side Baby Didn’t Come Out Dark Enough So Side Chick Wants More Ballers DNA Tested

Last week,  Reggie Bush’s lovechild with his side chick was born. Though it would have been a joyous occasion for some, the baby’s complexion has the side chick second guessing the baby’s paternity.

 

Monique Exposito gave birth to Preston Alexander Exposito on February 5 at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami. A source tells Bossip that the 34-year-old mom has become obsessed with the fact that Baby Preston does not bear Reggie Bush’s complexion. She’s so concerned that the baby may not be his, that she plans to DNA test 27 year old Miami Marlins player Giancarlo Stanton,

 

Baby Preston was born with fair skin and straight hair, according to the source. Exposito is reportedly barring family and friends from taking photographs of the newborn. If Stanton is the father, the 13 year, $325 million contract he signed with the Marlins back in 2014 could keep Exposito and the baby laced for a long time.

 

Here’s the kicker, if the baby does not belong to Bush or Stanton, there’s also a possibility that NBA vet Alonzo Mourning or  professional boxer Steed Woodall could be the father.

 

To add more drama to the situation, Preston is actually named after Exposito’s estranged husband, Alexandre Bastin, whom she married in exchange for $30,000 so he could stay in the United States.  Bastin filed for divorce upon hearing the pregnancy news and is adamant that he is not the child’s father.

 

Lawyers were reportedly present when a DNA test was performed on Preston. I’m sure we will soon find out who his father is.

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