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The biggest change in life

Malik Melius

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On March 2, 2017, the most precious thing was put on this Earth.

This opened a lot of eyes for people in the rap group “Full Effect.”

The rapper of the group “Lord Nobel” had his first child “Jaylene Kehlani Melius” at Hartford hospital at 1:08 a.m. She was 7 pounds and 5 ounces, known to the world as a pretty small baby. The world didn’t expect this at all.

Malik Melius, also known as “Lord Nobel”, said the birth of his daughter has changed him forever.

“I really didn’t want a lot of people I my business and not a lot of people had to know but this girl is very special to me and she’s going to definitely get me viral or some type of exposure,” Melius said.

This new father has missed many days of school and a lot of school working going back and forth to Connecticut to check on his baby mother Kiara Baylor.

The first day he returned back to school his girlfriend told him that she was eating hot wings. Soon a couple of hours later she went in labor and was rushed to the hospital. Melius explained how hard it was to get to the hospital.

“I called everybody and they didn’t answer, I almost thought I wasn’t going to see my child born,” Melius said.

His mother finally called him and she called him an Uber and he was on his way to the hospital. There were many complications on just getting to see his girlfriend in the hospital. There is only one quick way to get the Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, massive traffic on the highway to get there. Melius got there just in time to see his girlfriend being pushed to delivery room.

Melius, Baylor and her mother stayed in the delivery room from 4 p.m. to 1:08 a.m. The doctors told Baylor she wasn’t enough centimeters to have the baby so the wait was longer.

“I was so impatient I was ready to push the baby out of me. I just wanted my child on this Earth,” said the new mother.

She ate many popsicles and ice because the doctors didn’t want any problems when pushing out the baby. She slept for hours and Melius said he couldn’t do anything but watch her sleep. This made the wait for him even longer.

The doctors were seen walking in and they woke Baylor out her sleep. The doctor said “it’s about that time to push!” One doctor by Baylor side and Melius by her other she pushed every time she hit a certain contraction.

The only male doctor that was in the delivery room said “All I could see is hair, I can’t even see the head yet.

Baylor started crying as her anxiety rose. The baby came out at exactly at 1:08. She cried as the baby was put on her chest. After she was stitched up and quickly delivered to the nursery side of the hospital.

Many people came to see the baby Jaylene in the hospital the next morning.

Every member from the full effect group came to see the baby but “Gangstalicious” aka Zoe, the godfather of the baby because he was in Washington D.C.

Jaylene has light skin with dark brown eyes and he is soon to be viral according to the Full Effect member’s and Malik. Here is a picture of “The Viral Baby” Jaylene.

Malik Melius is a freshman at American International College.

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