Singer-songwriter Kehlani welcomed her baby girl, Adeya, to the world over the weekend.

The 23-year-old songstress opted to have an unmedicated home birth to welcome her bundle of joy, as she revealed on Instagram.

Kehlani wrote that she actually gave birth to Adeya in her own bathroom and fought through a lot of pain to become a mother:

this weekend our angel arrived healthy & perfect in every way in our bathroom at home. unmedicated homebirth was the absolute hardest yet most powerful thing i’ve ever done. thankful beyond words. in love beyond comparison. refraining from posting to be family and rest, we just wanted to say thank you to everyone who sent well wishes, love, and support in all forms while waiting & working to bring Adeya earthside.

Though the songstress chose to go with a difficult, unmedicated birth, the new mom wants her fans to support all women’s birth choices.

On Tuesday, Kehlani spoke out on Twitter after some of her were “shaming” more traditional hospital births.

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The singer wrote to fans:

All birth is extremely hard and transformative. homebirth is a medical decision as is hospital birth, all birth is mind blowing & powerful. using my experience to shame another’s isnt what i want, power to anyone who brings life forth, it’s a next level journey whichever way.

However, Kehlani joked that she deserved some props for having an unmedicated birth in her own home. She added:

But i hope everyone knows no one can tell me S**T after that because LORD… next level, no words!

According to the Mayo Clinic, having a home birth can be a good way to welcome your little one to the world in a calm, familiar setting.

However, there are also downsides. Access to medical professionals is limited, and you’ll have to transfer to a hospital if labor isn’t progressing as expected.

Expectant mothers should also hire a trained midwife to assist them in the home birth and have a plan in place in case of an emergency.

Would you ever have a home birth? Let us know in the comments.

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