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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 23: Kash Doll attends the Spotify Best New Artist 2020 Party at The Lot Studios on January 23, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.

Detroit rapper Kash Doll took to Instagram to fool her fans on April Fools Day. Kash Doll shared a photoshopped photo of herself in underwear showing a baby bump while holding up her dog.

“Thank u @mr_ware91 for fixing all my photos throughout my pregnancy… it’s time!” Kash Doll wrote in the caption of her post. Many of her fans wrote that they knew she was joking in the comment section.

However, Kash Doll took the joke a bit further to refute her naysayers by sharing a series of faux ultrasound photos on her Instagram story.

On Thursday (Apr. 2), Kash Doll took to Instagram to share an old photo of the late singer Aaliyah laughing. “Yesterday was April fools day everyone,” she wrote in the caption of her post alongside a laughing face emoji.

One of Kash Doll’s fans commented, “Oh… cuz we totally believed you,” along with a rolling eye and straight face emoji, while another fan wrote, “we still want the baby.”

Thank u @mr_ware91 for fixing all my photos throughout my pregnancy... it's time!

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Yesterday was April fools day everyone ????

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Kash Doll wasn’t the only celebrity to play a pregnancy prank on her fans yesterday. Reality star Alexis Skyy also claimed that she was pregnant on April Fools Day, in a now-deleted post of a photo of a positive pregnancy test.

Skyy wrote, “Baby #2 on the way. I hope it’s a boy. This is not a joke,” she wrote in the caption of her post.

Oop! #AlexisSkyy with the "Post & Delete" ????

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Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.