Tiki Barber’s estranged wife Ginny Cha gave birth to twin girls earlier this week, but sources say that while Tiki was at the hospital for the delivery, the blonde-lovin’ booty hound was banned from the birthing room. Pop the hood for details.
The retired Giants running back was forced to wait outside while Ginny gave birth at a New York hospital on Monday, insiders said.
“Tiki was at the hospital for the birth, but was not in the delivery room,” an insider said.
Barber, a correspondent for NBC’s “Today” show, and his wife are still negotiating the terms of their divorce.
“Things with him and Ginny are still very difficult. He is still refusing to give her the settlement she is asking for, and is offering a lot less,” a source said.
“They are still in court over money and over custody. He did see the baby girls after they were born, as Ginny understands he needs to be a huge part of their lives, and she wants to make sure they are taken care of.”
Ginny’s rep, Jesse Derris, confirmed the twins’ births and that Tiki was nearby.
“I can confirm that Ginny gave birth on Monday, and Tiki was there at the hospital,” Derris said last night.
“Ginny is grateful for the incredible outpouring of well-wishes from friends and family. Both her and the girls are doing fine.”
Derris, however, declined to reveal the babies’ names or the hospital where they were born, for privacy reasons.
The mom was still in the hospital last night, but was expected to be discharged today.
As BOSSIP previously reported, Barber left Cha while she was pregnant with the twins for his new girlfriend, 24-year-old blonde thang — Traci Lynn Johnson.
With all that in mind, we can understand why Ginny didn’t want that mf’er in the room while she was trying to push out his little girls.
Barber is seeking joint custody of all four children, including their two sons, A.J, 7, and Chason, 6. Barber’s spokeswoman, Tisha Kresler, declined comment, and said her client would not make any immediate statements about his twins’ birth. SMH…