It looks like Masika Kalysha is still throwing shade at her ex-boyfriend Fetty Wap.
Although the pair broke up years ago, it was thought that they were co-parenting their 4-year-old daughter Kharie Barbie, until Kalysha recently suggested otherwise. On Monday night, April 20, the former “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” star held a Q&A session on Instagram with her fans.
One in particular suggested that the father of her child is an absentee father. The person wrote, “My baby daddy is a deadbeat! I feel so bad for my daughter cause she loves her dad.”
Kalysha suggested she was in the same situation with Wap and wrote, “Had to do a double take sis thought I sent this to myself.”
Her remarks were instantly slammed by social media users.
“But she knew this from the start ! You chose to have a baby by home Masika”
“Now she wanna cry wolf when this men had 50 baby mamas before her 😒”
“She had no problems raw dogging catching nuts when she thought Fetty Wap was a 18 year check”
“It takes two to tango. DASSIT! JUST SHUT THE HELP UP 🤣🤦🏾♂️. One don’t got a eye the other don’t got a life 🤣🤷🏾♂️”
“🗣🗣🗣 Meerkat aka Masika always want Attention‼️‼️‼️ Get Gone ‼️‼️ We thought you just wanted the check. You expect him to visit the child too? Now come on sis 😂”
“Chile he had how many before her.. she saw if he took care of his kids or not bye.”
Kalysha later addressed the backlash on her Instagram story and wrote, “I did a whole Q&A venting session 4 anyone wanting to destress. Sis was stressed. I know her pain & decided to laugh w/her instead of crying which is what u want to do when u watch ur kid cry over their dad.”
In March 2016, the former video vixen welcomed her and Wap’s daughter. The rapper claimed at the time that Kalysha trapped him into having another child and denied being in a relationship with her.
The mother of one slapped down his claims and exposed him with now- deleted text messages that claimed he wanted to be with her. The two parents were seen co-parenting their daughter last year for her mermaid-themed birthday celebration, but it seems that is no longer the case.