Keke Palmer jokes she ‘showed up’ son Leodis after April Fool’s pregnancy joke last year

Keke Palmer jokes about how she “manifested” her son Leodis Andrelton Jackson through an April Fool’s hoax last year.

“And think! Just last April, I “joked” about being pregnant … we showed you, buddy!” star “No” posted on instagram in a cozy clip of her son, lying on her chest.

“I love hanging out with you and you look crazy like a caveman. He’s already tired of me,” she added jokingly with a dose of laughter and heart-shaped emojis.

Last April, Palmer shocked the internet by posting a selfie on social media that showed her looking pregnant with her belly bulging.

“I officially joined the MOM summer club,” the 29-year-old wrote in a post that was then deleted.

Palmer later clarified that her photo was just a prank: “I’m not lying.. But I’m telling JOKES! Haha, happy April 1st, I know most of you won’t believe me.”

Declaring that she “will be a mom one day,” she added in the post, “Me and the baby are both going to be fucking stupid together hahaha.”

Palmer’s “manifestation” skills proved to be pretty accurate as the former Nickelodeon star found herself expecting a baby with her boyfriend Darius Jackson just a few months later.

During herSaturday night lifeDebuting in December, the “Baby It’s Keke Palmer” host once again caused headlines after memorably announcing her pregnancy by exposing her belly in the middle of a monologue.

“People in my comments were saying ‘Keke is expecting a baby, Keke is pregnant’ and I want to be clear – I AM!” she said at the time, beaming with excitement as she unbuttoned her jacket, revealing her belly.

star in february shared on instagram touching slideshow of her and her boyfriend’s first 48 hours with their newborn.

“Hey son!!!! Only 48 hours to be parents!” the young mother captioned her post, “Born during Black History Month, with a proper name! LEODIS ANDRELLTON JACKSON, welcome to the world, little Leo.”

In other news, Palmer recently released a trailer for her. upcoming documentary “Big Boss” which also marks her directorial debut.

Sharing the news on social media, she described the project as “a musical storytelling that recounts my experience in the music industry.”

“I can’t wait for you guys to watch the movie and hear the album. This month,” she wrote on Instagram on March 7, admiring the project and its accompanying album.