The last time we saw Moniece and A.D. on camera, things didn’t end well. The two were battling it out not only about their relationship, but about A.D.’s right to be in Moniece’s son Kameron’s life.
In a recent interview with the Jampacked podcast, A.D. offers more clarity on exactly what caused their breakup. She claims that Moniece told her that she didn’t want to get married and have children when they first got together, but switched up her story six months into the relationship. Ultimately, A.D. didn’t like the feeling of being rushed into a serious commitment, which caused a serious rift between them.
“What she put out in the public wasn’t really why we broke up. We have a very toxic relationship at times, but we’re doing it on a public platform. My best friend at the time [Tiffany] didn’t break us up. She had no bearing on why me and Moniece were breaking up or whether or not we were getting back together. In real life, Moniece wants a full on commitment from me. She wants me to give her the ring. I just told her I’m not like every other lesbian couple out there. I want to take it slow and know that its forever.”
Though the podcast was recorded back in September, it recently went live on YouTube. At the time, A.D. claimed that she and Moniece were still together but that things were complicated (that doesn’t appear to still be true.) Moniece apparently got wind of the interview and quickly let it be known that she didn’t appreciate A.D. commenting on their breakup. She also claims that A.D. was quick to give up on the relationship after being confronted about their issues, and because of this, she believe her ex never really loved her.
Shortly afterwards, A.D. posted what seems to be a response to Moniece asking her to kill the negativity.
Whew, chile! There’s never a shortage of drama between these two. Listen to A.D.’s full interview below! (It’s full of more interesting tidbits about her coming out experience and why she thinks Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s Mimi Faust and her girlfriend Ty Toung are relationship goals.)