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

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

Low and his Malaysian influencer wife Cheryl Chin have yet to announce their newborn daughter's name

March 10, 2023
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.
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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.
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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