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‘Call me daddy’: OnlyFans creator Titus Low reveals baby girl

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    Singaporean OnlyFans creator Titus Low and his Malaysian influencer wife Cheryl Chin welcomed their baby girl this week.

    In a TikTok post Thursday, Low can be seen carrying his first child, whose sex became known in a gender reveal party last November.

    “Call me daddy now,” Low wrote in the caption.

    The 23-year-old hinted at his baby’s arrival on Wednesday, sharing a series of Instagram Stories that showed him arriving at Thomson Medical Centre and donning a scrub suit.

    @tituslow #stitch with @Titus Low ♬ Made You Look – Meghan Trainor

    Low rose to fame by posting adult content on OnlyFans, which caught the attention of Singaporean authorities in December 2021 and landed him three weeks in jail about a year later.

    The saga sparked headlines beyond Singapore, where receiving profits from a business that involves pornographic materials is illegal.

    Low and Chin’s relationship began a few months after the controversy broke out.

    Low confirmed their engagement last June, revealing that he proposed to her just six hours after they became a couple.

    After planning a wedding in 24 hours, the couple tied the knot in the same month. By September, they announced that they were having a baby.

    @tituslowLittle bean

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    Low and Chin have yet to officially announce the name of their daughter.

    A follow-up TikTok, which has garnered more than 3 million views, shows the infant in her bassinet.

    “Congratulations to you & Cheryl! I hope your wife is doing fine,” one TikTok user commented.

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