Stevie Wonder: Triplets Rumor ‘A Bunch Of Bull,’ But Girlfriend Tomeeka Robyn Bracy Is Having A Baby Girl

Stevie Wonder’s triplets rumor has him him going to be a father for the ninth time. But the pregnancy between him and his 25-year-old fiancee Tomeka Robyn Bracy has Wonder saying the rumor was “a bunch of bull.”

In a related report by the Inquisitr, Stevie Wonder and his fiancée Tomeeka Robyn Bracy were reportedly expecting triplets. And, if that were true, he would be the father of 11 children.

It isn’t true, Stevie Wonder confirmed on The View Wendesday morning, reported BET.

“And rumors spread. Like I said in the song ‘Superstition.’ When you believe in things you don’t understand, you suffer. So, you know, it’s a bunch of a bull.”

Wonder explained that he was not having triplets at all. He joked with host Whoopi Goldberg about the rumor, “I got, how many, 22 kids?” Instead of the rumored multiples, he is actually having a single baby girl.

“It’s not true. The truth is we’re going to have a wonderful daughter, to be born in December. Name is going to be Nia, which is ‘purpose.'”

According to a source, “Stevie and Tomeeka had their first child together last year. I know because I attended the baby shower!” Wonder and Bracy moved to a new home in Los Angeles and have been caring for the baby they already have.

“Stevie never thought he’d be a father again so late in life. It may not have been planned but now he’s excited! It’s all happened very, very quickly. Stevie and Tomeeka met and fell in love instantaneously!”

For being a father again later in life, he’s been very hands on during Tomeeka’s pregnancy. While still juggling the life of a musician and father to an infant, according to a source, Stevie is not missing out on all of the important dates with fiancée Tomeeka.

“He’s been going to all the doctor’s visits and scans with Tomeeka. He actually can’t wait until the birth. Stevie missed so much of his other children’s upbringings, he’s vowed to be there for their children and for his soon-to-be new wife.”

Stevie Wonder’s 8 children age from 1 to 39, says LA Times. Wonder’s oldest child is Aisha Morris, 39, and excluding his first child with Tomeeka, his youngest is Mandla, who is 9 years old. The inspiration for the song Isn’t She Lovely was Aisha, his oldest daughter. Wonder also shares a birthday with his youngest son.