There is nothing like a mother’s love. Mothers always work hard to care for their children. Emotionally, financially, or spiritually, they work tirelessly to find a way out, and some of them do it themselves. Yesterday was Mother’s Day, usually a day when people love the important mothers in their lives and give them the opportunity to experience theirs Put your feet up, relax and feel celebrated.
Unfortunately, this was not the case with former Love and Hip Hop star Masika Kalysha. She shared a tweet stating that she felt unappreciated and undervalued by the people in her life. In the tweet, she also revealed that this was her fifth Mother’s Day and hasn’t received a gift since 2018.
Although some sympathized with Masika, she took the time to respond to commenters urging her to choose Fetty Wap as the father of her child, Khari. “Choose your baby daddy wisely,” tweeted one person. Masika replied, “You really tickle me with this ignorant rhetoric. Aside from artificial insemination or virgin mother Mary, I haven’t met the b *** h she herself set to have a child. They never have the same negative energy for the man who impregnated the mother. Who hurt you? “
Another commented: “You owe nothing for a decision you have made. You have decided to become the mother of a child whose father has several baby mothers. You are nothing special. “Masika clapped back,” I’m more than special. So is every mother on this planet who takes care of her children. You are also special … like in Special Ed. They think slow bitches who saw their mother suffer that this is normal. So used that your papa doesn’t fuck, that you actually blame mothers. Sick. “
Although Fetty has several children, he has been present in Khari’s life. As we reported recently, he attended her 5th birthday party in March. Khari smiled as he sang his “birthday” song to her. Hopefully next year will be a better experience for Masika. All mothers deserve to be loved and valued on their special day.
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