YouTuber Shay Carl Butler has removed himself from the spotlight since his alleged online affair with cam girl Aria Nina, but the adult star has far from disappeared on social media. On Sunday, Aria posted a plea to another famous individual asking him to have her baby.

In honor of Mother’s Day weekend, recording artist The Weeknd posted a special message to fans wishing them a happy day. Aria responded by asking the 27-year-old singer, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, to impregnate her. “Make me pregnant please,” she tweeted in response, including a praying hands emoji.

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While The Weeknd did not respond to Aria’s request, many others did. Some laughed off her tweet while others accused her of being desperate, but she is far from the only fan to ask him to have a baby. “Make me mom,” one fan tweeted. “You can help me become a mum,” another wrote. “I’m pregnant with your child,” another fan joked.

Other messages to the The Weeknd were more innocent and included shots of the performer as a baby with his own mother.

While The Weeknd is far more than just a YouTuber there’s no denying he’s popular on the video-sharing site. Two of his music videos on his VEVO page, “The Hills” and “Starboy (official) feat. Daft Punk,” have received over one billion views. Other hits from the Toronto native including “Can’t Feel My Face,” “Often (NSFW)” and “Earned It” from the “Fifty Shades of Grey” soundtrack each crossed over the one hundred thousand view mark.

Aria first became known to Shay’s YouTube fans in February when she accused the married father of five of having an affair with her online. After tweeting sexual messages she claimed to have received from the Shaytards vlogger, Shay posted a message of his own on Twitter. In a tweet Shay revealed he was suffering from alcoholism, an issue he had previously discussed on his YouTube podcast, and said he would be seeking help. He did not address the cheating scandal.

Speaking to YouTube star Keemstar about the situation, Aria claimed Shay reached out to her first. “He went on to then get really sexual,” Aria said. After speaking to one another for three months (Aria denies they ever met in person), she claims he “became really rude.”

“I said, ‘Oh, your son Daxton is so cute. Like, I want your baby. Can I have him? He’s adorable.’ He’s like, ‘You’re disgusting. Don’t ever talk about my family.’ He was just completely rude,” Aria told Keemstar. “I felt like all he did was express his sexual feelings to me and I was just some dump of sex emotions.”

Shay has not continued his daily vlog channel, which he started in 2008, but has made several cameos on the site since his YouTube leave. In March, Shay’s wife, Colette Butler, made a brief appearance in another family member’s vlog. The couple made a dual cameo in Charles Trippy’s wedding video for his vlog channel that same month.

Shay has also since briefly returned to social media, making a quick post on Instagram. His account was privated following his scandal in February and his Twitter remains inactive.