And in a new interview, Birdman made it clear he’s got no plans to set the record straight, either. The rapper, who is gearing up to produce the Nigerian immigrant drama “Tazmanian Devil,” explained that he is not opening up about his personal life. But he did give some semblance of an update on where he stands with Braxton, to whom he proposed in February 2018.
“Straight. She’s straight. We good,” he told HollywoodLife.com. “I ain’t the one to give my life like that. I feel my life is my personal life, especially with my kids. I’ve never been the kind of man to exploit my kids on social media or my personal life. I only use it for business, movie driven, that’s all I ever use it for.”
“I stay off the media business! My personal life — I don’t believe everybody should have exposure to that. I’ve never been that kind of man and I never will,” he continued.
However, Birdman gave fans a glimpse into the status of her personal relationship with Braxton when he posted on his Instagram Story at the top of the year “It’s over….”
As for whether or not he’ll appear on Braxton’s We TV reality series with her siblings, “Braxton Family Values,” the Cash Money records CEO made it clear he’s not going to go back in front of TV cameras.
“No!” he said with laughter.
“Every woman don’t want that hard side all the time,” Traci told her future brother-in-law.
“Does she complain? She complain on the low?” Birdman hit back.
Regardless of the on-screen dust-up, it should come as no surprise that the rapper doesn’t want to put his personal business out there for the world to see.
Speaking on “The Wendy Williams Show” in April about his relationship status, he dismissed the notion that his Instagram post indicated there was trouble between him and his woman. And, he vowed not to post his personal life on Instagram.
“But it was cap. When I mean cap, it was fake,” Birdman said. “Like, I don’t know how the s–t even took place. On the real, for real, I would never be a man to bring none of my business to social media.”