Scooter Braun, the man who discovered and helped make a star out of Justin Bieber, found another inspiration in life as his wife Yael Cohen gives birth to couple’s first child. And as expected, Bieber pays the new family a hospital visit, with some reportedly hilarious reactions. Read on for more details.
Us Weekly reported that the expecting parents were finally able to hold their first child while in a hospital in LA last Feb. 6, 2015. Being a well-known manager, Braun reportedly had quite a star-studded crowd who stopped by to catch a glimpse on their little bundle of joy as well. Not surprisingly, this included his famous talent, Bieber.
According to TMZ, Bieber was among the first people who made his hospital visit. As it turned out, the nurses attending to Braun’s wife and baby didn’t know that Braun is actually Bieber’s manager. So you can just imagine their surprise when Bieber suddenly stepped in the room to give his congratulations to the happy family. Needless to say, they practically freaked out when they saw him.
As of the moment, Braun and Cohen have not yet revealed their son’s name. Most probably, they’re still taking in the feel of being first-time parents. The couple started dating back in 2013. They were married in July 2014 and a month later, announced the upcoming arrival of their first child.
According to Dsily Mail, Braun is the co-owner of the RBMG company, along with Usher. Aside from Bieber, he has also brought in other well-known names in the music industry. His list of talents includes boy band The Wanted and other soloists like Ariana Grande, Carly Rae Jepsen and Psy.
Cohen, on the other hand, is “the founder and CEO of F–k Cancer which aims to promote early detection and prevention of cancer.” She apparently was inspired in founding F–k Cancer when her own mother was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 2009.
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