Safaree Responds to Criticism of Parenting: “This is not a social media title, my kids are with me in real life + Erica Mena responds

Safaree responds to criticisms of parenting: “This is not a social media title, my kids are with me in real life + Erica Mena

Safaree emotional while discussing the rhetoric surrounding his alleged absence of presence in and By Erica Mena children’s lives.

In an Instagram live stream hosted by the comedian and actor Majah Hype on his frequently watched “Playing For Keeps Dating Show”, rapper and Love and Hip Hop cast, Safaree Samuels, was one of many guests. The Caribbean-American duo originally got into a comedy-filled life with the aim of promoting their upcoming podcast. However, things suddenly changed during a discussion, where Majah raised a man who took care of his children. Majah stated:

“…Because guess what? A nigga goes to jail and does 10 years and comes home, we honor that. We celebrate the fact that “Oh, he kept it real, he did 10 joints. He is a real person. ” A real person for me is a nigga at home, out of prison, taking care of the children, providing for the family. A successful nigga. That’s not even a nigga for me, it’s a nigga. a man. “

Safaree then became visibly depressed, which began his tone of frustration as he tackled the much-discussed topic of his alleged absence from his 1-year-old. Safire Samuelsand 6 months old The Legend of Samuels life. The rapper begins by saying.

“And to all of you who like to say “Take care of your kids,” let me tell you all something straight, man. My children have hedge funds, when my children turn 18, my children [are going to be] M’d up without having to lift a finger”

“M’d up” refers to the millions of dollars his children plan to inherit after their 18th birthday.

“You all know nothing. You see what you see and that’s it… I’m there, I’m in their life all day. They know what’s going on. ”

But Majah confirmed,

“One thing I can say is, every time I see you with your daughter, she looks so taken care of me.”

Safaree then went on to whitewash himself against claims of being a terrible father by stating:

“My first day on set, who was with me all day and we were there scouting the scene… This is not a social media feat, my kids are with me in life. real.”

He then proceeded to bring out his backseat, which had two car seats in it, while exclaiming,

“Do you see these baby seats in the back? Like, come on, son. ”

His future podcast co-star replied that he doesn’t need to prove anything to anyone.

With faint pleas from Majah because the Safaree to change the conversation so as not to become a spectacle, Safaree decided to move on, as he seemed to have a lot to get out of his chest as he told the story of an experience he had with a stranger on the street.

“Yo, I’m walking [with] double stroller and this woman saw me. She was like “Oh my, he really loves his baby” I wanted to say “Yo bitch!.. I want to bring my baby and hit her with my son. How?”

This funny sentence was met with cheers from him MajahWho said?

“This is the kind of damn thing you’re saying is putting you in The Shaderoom. Relax. You mean you want to take the baby out and hit her with the baby? “

But Safaree joke

“No, I want to hold the baby and just swing its legs. And like, swinging your leg to hit her, like, “What are you talking about?”

The cheerful chat was warmly received by life followers, but it seems he is 34 years old Erica Mena didn’t laugh after listening By Safaree are from. She took to Twitter to argue By Safaree conception that he is an active part of his children’s lives with the following statements



With both sides making different claims, it’s hard to choose one. Despite that, it’s safe to say that, although they don’t always see each other, they are certainly committed to sharing their marital problems with the Internet.

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Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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