Ne-Yo's Wife Ditches Plant Based Diet Due To Pregnancy Cravings

She said: "I will eat all the meat in the world!"
Renay gave in her cravings for animal products (Photo: Facebook)

Vegan singer Ne-Yo's wife Crystal Renay has announced she has ditched her plant-based diet due to pregnancy cravings.

Renay, who is now pregnant with the couple's second child, has admitted that 'all [she wants is] oysters and steak'.

Cravings

The 28-year-old told E! News: "I haven't really been sick at all but the cravings are real!

"All I want are raw oysters and steak! 

"Which since becoming vegan has totally messed up my diet, but as long as our miracle gets the nutrition it needs I will eat all the meat in the world!"

The couple went plant-based together after Ne-Yo, real name Shaffer Chimere Smith, watched documentary What The Health this summer and dropped all animal products.

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