On VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Miami, navigating the dating world can come with its share of drama. From messy divorces to love triangles, finding and nurturing a relationship is no easy feat for the stars. And since Amara La Negra experienced the downside of dating Emjay, Shay’s brother, who was considered to be a gold-digger, the songstress decided to play it even more safe on the romantic front.
As we get into the thick of Season 4, Amara has decided to give love another try. Emjay’s efforts to get back into her good graces have failed, and Amara is smitten with a new man.
But as of now, is Amara still with this new boyfriend? As it turns out, she announced some pretty big news recently.
But first, let's back up and start from the beginning.
Who is Amara La Negra's boyfriend?
On Season 4 of LHHMIA, Amara shares that she and a man named Allan Mueses are exploring a romantic relationship with one another. The pair initially met when Amara first started her journey in the real estate lane.
According to Allan’s Instagram bio, he works as a project developer and realtor in New York City and the Dominican Republic. He’s the CEO of Soluciones Allan — in partnership with Amara — which offers legal, financial, and real estate services. He also serves as CEO for Dream Big Construction Company, which helps prospective owners find and build luxury homes.
Aside from Allan’s career, he is also a father of two girls, Layla and Alanna. Allan frequently dotes on the girls on Instagram.
So — are Amara and Allan still together?
After suffering a miscarriage, Amara La Negra revealed that she is a pregnant and will be a single mom.
Baby on board! On Nov. 4, 2021, Amara took to Instagram to reveal that she's pregnant with twins! In the post, she's holding photos of her sonogram and a pregnancy test while grinning from ear to ear.
"I am so excited to finally share that we have twins on the way! Thank you @clearblue for being a part of our journey and giving me the most amazing news! There is nothing better than seeing the word PREGNANT! Even though I’m scared and nervous, especially after having a miscarriage, I am also excited and have a roller coaster of emotions but it truly is a blessing," she wrote along with several hashtags including #Rainbowbaby.
Not to mention, Amara also revealed that she's single.
"I will be a single mother," she told People en Español. "I know my babies will depend on me. A father is not the one who makes the child, but the one who raises it. In time, if God grants me the blessing of finding the right man, one who supports me, who accepts me with my children, then Amen, he will be well received."
However, RealityTitbit reports that Amara and Allan have an on-again off-again relationship. So, there is a chance that they may reconcile in the near future, especially since fans have speculated online that Allan is the father of Amara's twins.
Aside from the baby daddy drama, Amara's rainbow babies have been a longtime coming, especially if you consider the start of Season 4. In the super-trailer, Amara suspects that she may be pregnant. After she speaks with a doctor and lets him know that she hasn’t had a menstrual period in three weeks, reality hits her.
“There may be a chance I might be pregnant,” she tells her father.
Her father appears shocked by the news. She makes him promise not to say anything and says, “My mom will kill me.”
That scene has been living rent-free in the heads of fans on social media ever since the trailer was released.
But sadly, on Oct. 19, 2021, Amara shared a post that says she suffered a miscarriage in July 2021.
"Back in July, I found out I was pregnant," Amara wrote. "I didn’t even know or suspected [sic] being pregnant because I took all measures to prevent it. However, two weeks after missing my period, I started bleeding, having really bad cramps!"
Amara went on to explain that she initially believed that the bleeding and cramps were caused by her pre-existing condition of fibroids, but it turns out that she was actually having a miscarriage.
It's amazing that Amara opened up about her experience. It's important to know that those who have miscarriages are not alone. There are multiple resources ranging from support groups to helplines that can aid in the healing process.
Now that Amara has a double bun in the oven, fans are super-supportive and have been wishing her a happy and safe pregnancy. After so much turmoil, congratulations are definitely in order for the star.
Catch new episodes of Love & Hip Hop: Miami Mondays at 9 p.m. EST on VH1.