Today (Mar. 20), singer-songwriter-producer Kevin McCall took to Twitter to continue his rant about model and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Eva Marcille and his relationship with their daughter, Marley.
He responded on Twitter to someone’s tweet, which is now deleted, and said “NOW google #ParentalAlienation for the people with daddy issues like you who wish I was a dead beat like their father was. I’m sorry for every one [sic] who had a sh**ty Father, unfortunately I’m nothing like him, I’m just trying to set up ‘supervised visitation’ at a police station.”
Yesterday, McCall shared a screenshot on Twitter of Marley’s full name in Google, and wrote “Imma just sit this right here. No debate necessary. Yal [sic] gone be ok.”
On Mar. 17, McCall said on Twitter, “Look the jigs up, me and my Bm (baby’s mother) work together to create Drama for revenue. It’s nothing yal [sic] can say…”yeah we played you…so!…I have my child’s birth certificate we gonna be just fine. Keep watching.”
On the last episode of RHOA, Marcille called her husband, Michael Sterling Marley’s father. Hence McCall’s ongoing Twitter tirades.
Marcille has yet to respond to McCall’s rants.
Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan