Despite the turmoil and headline drama, Lee made a surprising revelation in the podcast when she said she’s open to reconciling with Tyrese under the right circumstances. “It’s my daughter’s father so I would say this…if we were both going to show up and we were both going to fight for it equally and sacrifice equally, like you know things that I needed, and you know things that he knows he needed—I wasn’t perfect. If we were both willing to fight and we were both willing to do certain things, then yes…no one wants a broken family.”
However, Tyrese took to his Instagram on Monday night to address Lee’s comments in an emotionally charged post. The video comes just one day before the funeral of his late sister, Shonta.
In the nearly 12-minute video, the singer insinuated that Lee’s intentions were driven by a desire for attention and online virality, stating, “She is loving it. Congratulations, you went viral again over something else that you said ’cause you trying to build up your YouTube page and get your followers up.”
Tyrese also questioned Lee’s motivations for their split, suggesting that she made her decision independently, and criticizinh his ex for seeking child support. “If you had people in your ear at the time, they must be still in your ear because you still trying to get $20,000 a month for a 5-year-old. You make $160,000 a year on your own,” he said.