Kevin McCall recently took to Instagram to make an emotional plea, and express that he misses both of his daughters, Jenesis, and Marley Rae the child he shares with Eva Marcille. He went on to say: “I don’t want to show weakness. I think it’s strength to admit when you in pain. I miss both my daughters. It hurts incredibly bad. Jenesis and Marley if you see this, I am your daddy and I love you and I am looking for you and I cry every morning and I cry every morning for you. Don’t believe nothing you see.” Watch below:
And shortly after, The Real Housewives of Atlanta star posted a picture of her husband, Michael Sterling and baby girl along with the caption, “Two peas in a pod.” After receiving some backlash, she turned off the comments, probably to keep her peace. But, it has some wondering if the photo was in response to the video made by Beans’ (the nickname she calls her offspring) biological father.
From the looks of it, the model is making it clear that the Atlanta lawyer, her man, is her little one’s daddy, in her eyes. Nevertheless, it’s never a good feeling seeing a man or a woman in despair over not being able to communicate with their children, especially if they’re yearning for a relationship with them, but this is a far cry from when the rapper basically disowned Marley Rae and wanted to delete “all memories of her” in 2017:
Co-parenting can be tough, and it hasn’t always been the best between the former America’s Next Top Model winner and the “Big Booty Judy” emcee. In 2014, Eva was granted full custody of their daughter and Kevin was denied visitation, according to BCK Online. And in November, the mother of two spoke openly about their current situation on The Wendy Williams Show.
The actress brings up a good point. She admits that it’s not blood that makes someone family, or better yet, a parent. Even explaining that her spouse is adopted, and his mother and father aren’t the people who he shares DNA with. “Marley knows her dad. He picks her up from school, he gives her her life lessons, that’s her dad,” she said. A title is only a word until someone gives it meaning. Who’s to say that the five-year-old doesn’t see Sterling as her pops? Regardless, she’s “open to giving Marley the best of what she needs,” if McCall is open to bettering himself and doing things through the court.
TELL US: Do you think Kevin McCall should be able to see his daughters?