There’s nothing like a best friend who knows just what you love. This weekend, Malika Haqq’s baby shower proved that Khloé Kardashian is 100% that friend.
Malika’s beautiful bear-themed shower went down at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. Massive balloon formations served as some of the sweet decor at the party, but every detail was perfect. Sweet tea was served in bear-shaped honey jugs. A cereal bar allowed guests to enjoy Malika’s favorite craving. There was even a five-tier bear cake for the mama-to-be and her baby boy.
Guests donned cute little bear ears and wore bears around their necks. The challenge was to collect all the bears by being the last one at the shower who hadn’t uttered the word “baby.”
Photos from the event show Malika, Khloé, and friends posing in front of two huge mossy bear statues. As always, a Kardashian-approved photo booth captured scenes of the guests showering Malika with all the love in the world. In attendance was her twin sister, Khadijah Haqq McCray, Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and many more.
Malika took an emotional moment to thank all the women in the room for their contributions to her life and her pregnancy. “Everyone that’s in this room basically knows my journey and how bad I want to be a mommy,” she said.
“This is the reason why I didn’t want anyone else to speak because I knew I would cry if anyone else said to me what was on their hearts, and I also realized that sharing my heart with you guys would make me equally as emotional. … The reason why I really wanted to have a shower full of women is because it’s you women who have helped me get through this pregnancy 100%.”
During her speech, Malika also confirmed suspicions that the father of her child is ex-boyfriend O.T. Genasis, aka Odis Flores. “I’m incredibly thankful to Odis Flores for my little boy,” she gushed to the cheering room. The rapper made an appearance at the shower, sharing a photo booth solo shot and asking fans for baby names.
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