Wiz Khalifa, Amber Rose Welcome Baby Boy

Couple gives birth to son Sebastian 'The Bash' Taylor Thomaz

Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose.
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February 22, 2013 12:40 PM ET

Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa welcomed their first child together today with the birth of son Sebastian "The Bash" Taylor Thomaz, Us Weekly reports.

The couple introduced the newborn when Rose posted a sweet photo of papa Wiz holding Sebastian on Instagram with the caption, "Best daddy ever . . . Up with the baby so Muva can go back to sleep." A few hours earlier, Wiz alerted his fans that the baby was on his way, posting a picture of him decked out in hospital scrubs with the note, "daddy time." 

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Rose and Khalifa announced they were expecting back in September, after becoming engaged on March 1st. "I love it, man. It's really structured and it's good because God puts everything in place how it's supposed to be," Khalifa told Rolling Stone of his engagement. "We love each other so much." 

With congratulations coming in from across the Twittersphere – including notes from Snoop Dogg and Rihanna – Khalifa tweeted, "Thanx for all the love guys. Bash took his first poop, had a good meal, now he's peacin."

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