The model clarifies his relationship status with the NBA star after their sweet social media exchange sparked reconciliation speculation, while she continues ripping his former fling Larsa Pippen.
AceShowbiz –Montana Yao has spoken up after her sweet social media exchange with Malik Beasley sparked speculation that they may have gotten back together. Denying the reconciliation rumor, she called out those who quickly came with such conclusion about her relationship status with the NBA star.
“Some of y’all really trippin,” the model posted on her Instagram Story on Tuesday, May 25. “Who said we back together? Or I took him back. Lmao Just cause I said my son and I appreciate an over due apology?” Defending her amicable relationship with her ex, she added, “Y’all some weirdos fr and don’t want to see a successful co parenting situation??”
Montana continued clapping back at her haters as writing, “Y’all coming at me as if I haven’t publicly and privately gone off on this man these past few months?” She also doubled down on her recent comments about Malik’s former fling Larsa Pippen, saying, “Talking about I’m coming for the wrong person. Nah I said what I said to ol girl and it was long over due.”
She then concluded her statement by thanking her loyal fans, “Other than that I love y’all who been supporting me throughout this whole thing.”
Montana and Malik sparked reconciliation rumors after the latter publicly apologized to his estranged wife and she accepted it. “I wana say sorry for putting you in the situation you were put in the last few months.. my head wasn’t were it was supposed to be.. I was looking for more when it was right here that whole time..,” he posted on his Instagram page on Sunday.
“I’m telling the world and you that there’s no body like you for me.. for the record I was the one who ended my last relationship off the fact that there is no one like you ..,” the Minnesota Timberwolves player noted as referring to his breakup with Larsa. “also for the record i wanted to do my own ish cuz I just left u guys and I def ain’t the type to set up pictures at the mall n ish.. as that’s some childish ish.”
Montana then took to her own page to respond to his statement. “Makai and I do appreciate Malik’s apology. It’s hard to own up to bad decisions and apologize especially publicly so it is really appreciated,” so she wrote. “My main priority has been and will forever be my son so I’m glad if/when he looks back on all of this one day he can see his dad publicly apologized to us for publicly hurting us,” she continued. “This is a step forward in healing for me and also having Malik be a part of Makai’s life because he does deserves to have a father in his life and one who loves him.”
Montana also threw shade at Larsa on her Story. “I been already told you to shut your trap because you embarrassed yourself enough already. Both of you were wrong as hell but YOU ma’am had the nerve to talk all that s**t to me as if I was wrong? First of all we as women don’t claim you, you just a old desperate thirsty a** ran thru blow up doll,” she wrote.
“You need clout that bad at your age?” the 22-year-old continued to rip the former reality TV star. Telling Larsa to stop putting lies out there, Montana went on to say, “You’re embarrassing and woman to woman you should probably tap out now cause you really going out bad. All those fillers and surgery can’t fix that insecure soul.”
Larsa didn’t stay silent as she later hit back at Montana’s accusation that her behavior embarrassed her children. “All my beautiful children that you referenced will never have to read how their father didn’t claim them,” she pointed out. “You should be worried about the narrative you two need to create to distract yours from dealing with that reality.”
She also dissed Malik as saying, “When I thought about him and how he treated your child he’s not the type Of man I want around mine. Any man who would deny his child and then leave the mother penniless is not a real man.” She also claimed the 24-year-old athlete “cried entirely too much” and called him “cheap.”
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