AceShowbiz - Fans of Bella Thorne went crazy over speculation that the former Disney darling might be pregnant with boyfriend Mod Sun's baby. The rumors started when the "Famous in Love" star took to her Instagram account to share a video of her singer boyfriend performing.
"When he face times you during every show (heart emoji) thank you for taking off some days to come to Sundance baby (heart emoji)," Bella captioned the post. Mod later left a comment which read, "Love u mamma."
Fans quickly noticed that comment and wondered if Bella is, in fact, about to be become a mother. "Are you pregnant bc yo man kissing your stomach," a curious fan commented. Other fans flooded the comment section with such direct questions as, "Pregnant..???" "Are you having a baby bella?" and "Are you pregnant?"
Another fan, meanwhile, noted that Bella once posted a photo of Mod kissing her stomach which according to her/his might have a correlation with Mod calling her "mamma." The fan wrote, "first the post w/ mod kissing her stomach and now he calling her mama. possible correlation?"
Further adding the pregnancy rumors, Mod shared on his Twitter account a screenshot of his phone. The picture saw that he saved Bella's contact as "partner in everything" with a diamond ring emoji at the end, making people assume that the pair might be engaged.
In related news, Bella recently debuted a dramatic haircut during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival to promote "Assassination Nation". The 20-year-old beauty rocked jet-black hair and micro bangs which made him totally unrecognizable. She paired the shocking look with a purple, metallic lip color.
Her rapper boyfriend tagged along with her in Sundance, where they reportedly got kicked out of her hotel in Park City, Utah, for smoking pot. A source told Page Six that Bella and her entourage "were removed from their room at the Park City Marriott after someone in the group was caught smoking marijuana."
"They were seen rushing out of the hotel hours before the premiere," said the source, adding, "There were so many bags, they needed a trail car to carry them."