Kimbella recently visited her husband, rapper Juelz Santana, in prison, and she reports that the Harlem rapper “is doing just fine.”
Today (Mar. 20), Kimbella shared a photo of herself with Santana on Instagram and gave her followers and fans of the rapper an update on how he’s doing in prison.
“That’s MY Husband!! I miss him SO much and so do the kids, we went to visit him Saturday that just passed and what a blessing!! To see my Husband and their father in a tailored Khaki shirt, Tailored Khaki pants and Timb’s on to set the mood!! Lol your boy is doing just fine!! Had D&G cologne sprayed on and a fresh new cut just to see us! Too bad in the feds we don’t get conjugal visits chile,” she wrote.
“But the kids were sooooo happy to see him doing well and being able to hug and hang out with him for some hours! He was smiling and was so happy to see us, he had nothing but good things to say about the camp he’s at. It of course, was so sad to leave when it was time to go. I just hope this gets easier the more we go visit and with time. I know he will be home soon now that he has started his sentence, and with God & Prayer we will be good overall! Because we are Blessed regardless of the circumstances at hand. I’ll be back to update you all on our progress through this. We appreciate all your prayers & support at this time!Week 3!”
That’s not the only thing the Love and Hip Hop: New York star gave an update on.
An Instagram user by the name of @papiiloco asked Kimbella if her fellow LHHNY cast member and friend, Yandy kept her word about supporting her through this process. Kimbella replied, “Nah, she didn’t.”
The two friends got into a heated argument during the LHHNY reunion because Kimbella questioned Yandy’s intentions behind becoming a foster parent for her daughter.
August 2018, Juelz Santana admitted in court that he tried to take a gun onto a plane at a New York airport, which resulted in the rapper pleading guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and carrying a weapon on an aircraft. Santana was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison.
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