We’re only a few days into 2021, and Celina Powell is making sure no one forgets her name this year. If you’re unfamiliar, Celina Powell is an online personality mostly known for exposing encounters she has had with male celebrities. Her list ranges from Tekashi 6ix9ine, Tory Lanez, and Trey Songz, to name a few.
In 2019, Powell was caught in a massive scandal with Snoop Dogg when she accused the rapper of cheating on his wife, Shantel Broadus, in which was described as a drug-fueled encounter. The influencer also shared alleged screenshots of text messages between the two and FaceTime conversations.
Not even 24 hours ago, the Instagram influencer made headlines after alleged text messages between her and Drake leaked. In the text, Powell seems to be reaching out to Drake before the rapper shut her down, telling her ‘he wants noooo parts’ of her.
Now Powell is caught in even more controversy after resurfacing an old rumor she began in be back in 2017. Yesterday, the influencer revealed a misleading ‘redacted’ cease and desist letter received from Offset’s attorney, stating, “Mr. Cephus is the father of your unborn child.”
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Unfortunately for her, the unredacted version of the cease and desist was published on The Shaderoom back in 2017, which states the following:
“You recently have made numerous statements to the press and on social media claiming that you are pregnant, that Mr. Cephus is the father of your unborn child, and that you are will to terminate your pregnancy if Mr. Cephus pays you $50,000.00. We are informed that (i) your statements concerning Mr. Cephus are false.”
It’s clear Powell is seeking attention at the moment because back in 2018, the influencer admitted she made up the entire story during a chat with Akademiks.
“Once again, there’s no baby,” Powell confessed. “Get over it!… Y’all investigated this for nine months. I didn’t give a… I was laughing at you b—-s.” She then offered an attempted apology at Offset’s wife, Cardi B, although it seemed insincere. “I sincerely apologize if I made you for one second think that Offset was the father of my pretend baby,” Powell said while smirking.
Offset’s wife, Cardi B, responded to Powell’s viral Tiktok video stating, “You must be new on social media ….here let me take you way back.” The tweet included article screenshots where the influencer admitted to lying about being pregnant by Offset.
You must be new on social media ….here let me take you way back . https://t.co/8fPoiejhAd pic.twitter.com/yAuPlpFolz— iamcardib (@iamcardib) January 12, 2021