Back Together? YFN Lucci Showers Reginae Carter With a Room Full of Roses for Her Birthday

It’s reported that the five thousand roses aren’t the only thing that the rapper has for the daughter of Lil Wayne because he allegedly also sends her a bunch of birthday gifts.

AceShowbiz -Is YFN Lucci reconciling his romance with Reginae Carter? Fans suspect so when the daughter of Lil Wayne celebrated her 21st birthday over the weekend, and she received a sweet gesture from her rapper ex-boyfriend.

Taking to her Instagram account, Reginae uploaded a couple of photos of her in a room full of roses as she happily posed inside. In one photo, the “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” star could be seen holding a bouquet of purple roses, sporting a smile in a sexy figure-hugging dress that showed a glimpse of her body. “When life gives you roses…,” so she captioned the post.

Reginae didn’t reveal who arranged the room for her, but a club promoter claimed that Lucci was the one who did it. Posting a video of the star’s private room decorated with a seemingly endless supply of roses, the promoter wrote on it, “[YFN Lucci] ain’t playing no game. 5 thousand Roses for the Birthday girl.”

One source mentioned that the rose-filled room wasn’t the only thing that Lucci did to her as she also received a bunch of birthday gifts from him.

Reginae and Lucci dated on-and-off for more than a year, with them breaking up last August after the former caught him attending Alexis Skyy and Trouble‘s infamous cucumber party that Reginae publicly denounced. The two breaking up was surely a good news to her mother, Toya Wright, who has been opposing their relationship in public before.

Toya said during a candid interview earlier this year, “She’s single… I mean, hey, she’s young. You live and you learn. I just want the best for my kid at the end of the day. It’s no shade against Lucci. I wish him the best, but I want the best for her. She–I just want my daughter to be happy. I want her to get focused on her first and love, that will come later.”

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