Apryl Jones Throws Her Baby Daddy, Omarion, Under The Bus With These Explosive Comments
Apryl Jones has decided to talk about her bitter and surprising split from singer Omarion, and she did not hold back.
The mother of two and star of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood had a wonderful romance and perfect family that played well on TV.
Fans of the reality TV series considered them as one of the most loved couples and were left stunned when the drama broke out.
Omarion was accused of being a dead beat dad, and things got even messier when Apryl started dating Omarion’s bandmate and former co-star, Fizz.
The former couple has moved on, and they now seem to solely be focused on their children. In a new interview, the model and scientist decided to throw her ex under the bus.
She said: “I was in a really terrible space 2016, where I had just had my second child, and my son was only one at the time, and I was going through a terrible breakup with their father.”
She went on to say the following about Omarion: “He decided to leave without explanation, and I was forced to have to pick up the pieces of my life. I went back to work doing what I graduated school with which was radiation science. I worked at MLK in Watts, CA. I was doing this for about [five or six] months until physically, my body couldn’t take anymore. I ended up being sleep deprived and dehydrated from breastfeeding and not taking care of myself since my priority was my children.”
She continued with: “It def hasn’t been a smooth road. There have been many challenges as I stated before that I feel could have set me back but it pushed me to wanna be better for me and my kids. I had numerous amounts of days where I wanted to give up going through court stuff, dealing with being the only one here in Los Angeles with no family or support, being forced to have to move into space with two little kids with no explanation because my partner decided he didn’t want his family anymore.”
She went on to reveal that while she struggled with fear and anxiety, she “pushed through [and] didn’t play the victim. I didn’t make excuses. I put my wit into creating and motivating myself.”
There seems to be some growth after the drama.