Jermaine Jackson's son Jermaine Jackson II and his wife Asa Soltan Rahmati have welcomed their first child into the world together.
Jermaine Jackson's son has become a father for the first time.
Jermaine Jackson II's longtime girlfriend Asa Soltan Rahmati - who he has been dating for six years - gave birth to a ''healthy'' baby boy named Soltan Jackson on Friday (20.01.17).
A representative for the couple said: ''Asa has delivered her beautiful baby boy, born on January 20, 2017.
''Both he and mom are healthy. His name is Soltan Jackson.''
Asa and Jermaine, 39, brought their little bundle of joy home on Sunday night (22.01.17) and feel like their lives have been ''changed for the better'' after welcoming their baby boy into the world.
The 40-year-old beauty told Us Weekly magazine: ''Our lives have completed changed for the better. Jermaine and I brought our precious love home last night.
''Our families are completely overjoyed.''
The 'Shahs of Sunset' star confirmed she was six months pregnant with his child in October.
At the time, she said: ''I feel amazing. Being pregnant has been such a beautiful experience.''
Jermaine II - whose uncle is the late King of Pop Michael Jackson - added: ''Asa is an incredible person; she will be a wonderful mother.''
The star's father Jermaine, 62, has nine kids, daughter Autumn, 38, and Dawn, 32, and sons Jaimy, 29, Jeremy, 30, Jourdynn, 28, Donte, 24, Jaafar, 20, and Jermajesty, 16.
It's the second new addition for the Jackson family this year as Jermaine's younger sister Janet Jackson, 50, gave birth to her son Eissa Al Mana with husband Wissam Al Mana on January 3.
Before she had her little boy, Jermaine said: ''She'll be a great mother because she is very tough, very strict. But I tell her, 'If you need any parenting skills or baby skills, let me know because I'm the best diaper changer there is on this planet, still to this day.'''
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