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Fetty Wap & Alexis Skyy’s Baby Alaiya Undergoes Brain Surgery

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Jan. 28 2019, Updated 5:48 p.m. ET

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Alexis Skyy revealed on her Instagram story on January 27 that her daughter Alaiya, whom she shares with ex-boyfriend Fetty Wap, underwent brain surgery. The 1-year-old suffers from a brain condition as a result of being severely premature.

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Alexis asked her followers, “prayers please for my baby.” According to reports, Alaiya was rushed into emergency brain surgery to repair a malfunctioning implant in her brain that helps drain blood and fluids.”

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She later updated her fans and said, “Surgery went well thank you God.”

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As fans of the Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star know, her baby was born with hydrocephalus, which causes the bleeding and fluid in her brain.

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When Alaiya was born in January 2018, Alexis was candid about her rough delivery. She was forced to induce her labor at 23 weeks and she had an emergency C-section. Her severely premature baby was kept in the hospital for five months and underwent multiple brain surgeries during that time.

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According to reports, Alexis brought her daughter to the hospital after she was excessively vomiting on a flight from Atlanta to New York.

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Any well wishes for Alexis an Alaiya? Drop them in the comments below!

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