On Father’s Day, 7-time dad Fetty Wap got a special message from one of his children’s mothers. “Love and Hip Hop” star Masika Kalysha on Sunday, put her personal issues with the “Love the Way” performer aside to tell him how much she and her daughter, Khari appreciate him.
“So many private moments we don’t share… like you getting up at 5:00 a.m. and hopping on a 6-hour flight so you could make it in time for our daughter’s 2nd birthday… you’re always there for her,” Kalysha said on Instagram. “The bond you two have is priceless. Majority of the time I can’t stand you (like right now) but I know how hard you try even if it’s not as much as I would like. It’s so easy to put you in a negative light (because well… you know) but I see the love you have for #kb, her siblings, and I understand that no one is perfect. But to Khari you are. And that’s what counts. From #KB & me #HFD @fettywap1738.”
While Fetty’s other baby mothers, like Lezhae Zeona and Turquoise Miami didn’t acknowledge the holiday, “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star Alexis Skyy took time to tell her daughter with Fetty that she’s holding things down for her — seemingly without Fetty’s help.
“I got you forever, Lay,” Skyy, who has had beef with Kalysha over their dislike for one another, said of daughter Alaiya Grace.
While Fetty hasn’t responded to either post, both moms received comments remarking on the rapper’s parenting.
“Fetty Wap ain’t s—…f— his fathers day..i despise n—-z that don’t take care of their Seeds..F— FETTY.”
“Truth…and honestly giving him his props…#shelovesthierbond…”
And earlier this year while speaking of his seven children under age 5, Wap addressed criticism that he shouldn’t have so many at age 27.
“Actually my son is on the way so it’ll be 7 at 27 with 22 million … so yeah I think my odds are better than you boyfriends and all my kids’ moms have moved on and living their life,” Page Six reported he wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post in March. “They allow me to be a dad so f–— everybody’s opinion straight like that…I’m fortunate enough to have been smart enough to invest my money so my kids will have money when I’m gone…”