The saga between Masika Kalysha and Fetty Wap continues. In a new entry on her personal blog, the former Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star opens up about her decision to keep her pregnancy private and the nature of her relationship with the “Trap Queen” rapper.
In the blog post, titled “Keeping my pregnancy private,” she writes,
I choose to keep my pregnancy private for 6 months because well ITS MY PERSONAL BUSINESS. There’s actually several reasons why I kept it to myself, I’ll give you one. Ever since I made my announcement, the idiot corner (including petty wap) has been in their deepest of feelings running a muck all over the internet with their key board thuggery. I have never cared what anyone may say or think about me.. But when it comes to my child you will watch your mouth. Pregnancy is such a hard and emotional time every woman should be able to have peace and support, not to be slandered and stressed out. It’s sad and disgraceful that this is the world we live in today.
Kalysha goes on to reveal that that she came out about her pregnancy for her fans who may be going through a similar situation, writing,
I decided to speak out because I know that there are so many young women going through what I’m going through right now. And you’re probably feeling alone. You probably can’t figure out why he bailed on you and left you to do all the hard work by yourself. I want to show you that you can be strong and beautiful and be a boss no matter what comes your way.
In his interview with The Shade Room, Fetty dismissed his dalliance with Masika but on her blog she’s clarifying the nature of their relationship. She wrote,
I was in a committed relationship, with a man who initially got me pregnant. This was not how I imagined my life would be. I never wanted to have children before marriage but as an adult I decided to handle my responsibilities like a grown woman while my childs father decided to coward like a dog with its tail between it’s legs. He knows exactly what he did, and what he said yet he wants to make up lies about me. Remember this, people only talk down on you in hopes that others won’t find you appealing. I’m learning to pray for him. He needs it. God already has me covered.
Do you think Masika and Fetty will be able to put their differences aside for the child?