"We're expecting our 3rd child, God willing, this summer!
We don't know the sex of the child, but the baby is healthy and doing well."She went on to reveal that some had prophesied about the family growing."To those who prophesied to us before I knew I was pregnant, thank you for the heads up! I wanted to share the news differently, but @dhaddy, in his excitement of winning last night, shared with the gospel world of me being pregnant," she wrote on Instagram. We'll share more news as it comes."The Haddons were married in 2013, after Deitrick and his gospel singer ex-wife Damita Haddon divorced in 2011.
Following the birth, Haddon proposed and got married a few months before he found out that his first wife had also gotten remarried.
Deitrick and Damita were not divorced until October 2012 and Damita still loved him. Stop lying and tweeting that you and Damita were/are friends. @ Redeemed, we forgive him but he needs to stop lying and be truthful.
"It was a very tough spot to be in because in my morals growing up, I learned that was a no-no.
However, my heart was like, 'this is where you should be.' But he was married … 20 and can be seen each Wednesday at 10/9c on Oxygen.
Deitrick Haddon, star of Oxygen Network's "Preachers of L. His second wife, Dominique Mctyer, is the mother of his two daughters.
The album's first single was the title track, "No Looking Back." Damita was recently featured on an artist web series titled Mason J Presents in which she states that she is currently recording new material with Christopher Starr of CSP Music Group for her upcoming studio album.
He cheated with someone younger and yes had a baby in the beginning of the 2012??
I am a family make excuses, wrong is wrong and publicly humiliate her and then announce things to make you look “innocent.” I can’t stand the foolishness.
He also came forward about fathering his first daughter out of wedlock but that is all behind him, he explained. Upon learning that she was having an affair with another gospel singer, Haddon left his church Kingdom Culture, which he grew from 400 to over 3,000 in two years, and moved to Los Angeles where he began getting involved with alcohol and frequenting strip clubs.
"I feel like God has given me a second chance at marriage, at life and at ministry. Do it God's way, but do it with my style," Haddon said in an interview with Centric TV. His now wife notes that he was suicidal when she met him and although he was still legally married, she struggled with beginning a relationship with him.