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Cam Newton Raising Baby Mama La Reina Shaw's Son From Previous Relationship Like His Own

By Ryan Naumann

Cam Newton is raising his baby mama La Reina Shaw’s son from another relationship as his own.

On Father’s Day, Cam wrote a lengthy caption about fatherhood and the 7 kids he is raising. The post was the first time Cam talked about his new son Caesar, who he had with La Reina Shaw. The two reportedly welcomed their baby boy last summer and are in a relationship together.

Cam wrote, “I’m a proud father of 7. A daddy isn’t defined as the man who makes the child (not in all instances) but rather a man who extends his hands and time to help with the child’s raising and his heart to love the child through anything!!! Blood doesn’t always make you DADDY. Being a dad comes from the heart.” Anybody can make a baby but it takes a real man to raise a child. Kudos to all the real men worldwide!! Happy Father’s Day to us.

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He then wrote out the names of all his children, Jaden, Shakira, Chosen, Sovereign-Dior, Camidas, Caesar and Cashmere.” Cam shares Cashmere, Camidas, Chosen, and Sovereign-Dior with his ex-girlfriend Kia Proctor. He raised her daughter Shakira from another relationship.

Many were wondering who Cam was referring to when he wrote the boy name Jaden. The mystery was solved with La Reina Shaw tagged her oldest son, Jaden Amarrio on her Instagram. Cam clearly considers La Reina’s Shaw his own family too.


Last year, rumors started to swirl about Cam and La Reina Shaw secretly dating. The relationship reported led to Cam breaking up with his long-time girlfriend Kia Proctor.

As The Blast first reported, Cam sued his ex Kia Proctor over custody and support of their 4 kids. Cam requested joint legal and physical custody of their kids. Kia countersued demanding primary custody, child support and attorney fees. Kia asked the court to force Cam to pay her $15,000 to hire a forensic accountant to comb through his finances.

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