Tisha Campbell-Martin’s sister (and allegedly Diamond Blue from Pretty Ricky’s baby mama) Tiara gave birth to a baby girl Sunday night (Jan 24), about 4 months shy of her original due date. Her sister Toya reached out to us and gave us all of the details, saying that stress caused Tiara to develop a condition related to high blood pressure, which forced doctors to go in and take the baby out in order to save both her and the baby.
“While we were on a plane Sunday on our way to Los Angeles from Atlanta, Tiara had a headache and was very dizzy, so I felt her head and she had a fever,” Toya Campbell (another one of Tisha’s sisters) said: So as soon as we got to LAX airport, Tiara was rushed to the hospital and the doctor said her temperature was 103.5 degrees and her blood pressure was really high,” she continued. “The doctor said they had to take the baby out right then because they both were at risk of dying.
Doctors told Tiara and her family that “due to a combination of high blood pressure and stress,” she developed a serious condition that affects about 5% of pregnant women worldwide known as preeclampsia, which forced the doctors to take extreme measures and take the baby out via Caesarian section or “c-section.” Toya told us that despite the complications, both mom, 21, and the newborn baby are “doing great” and they are thankful that both she and Tiara are alive.
Tisha Campbell’s husband, actor Duane Martin, passed along some information involving his sister-in-law and future niece. According to Martin himself, Tiara, Tisha’s 21-year-old sister, got into a relationship with Diamond “Baby Blue” Smith from Pretty Ricky and “one thing lead to another” and she got pregnant. When Tiara contacted Blue about the situation, he constantly denied the baby being his and later ignored her phone calls. So she went into a state of depression and her brother-in-law Duane wasn’t having that.
OMG, when I heard about how early she had the baby, my stomach turned upside down. Having a baby at 5 months is just too early. I am so happy that both of them made it through the procedure. God is good. Now moving on to Baby Blue, why does this not surprise me. I get so tired of men quickly denying a baby that could possibly be there's. Some of them know good and well that the child is there's and still want to waste money on a paternity test, just to prove to them that the child is actually there's.