To say that Kevin McCall and Eva Marcille have had a strained relationship over the past couple of years would be putting it lightly. The exes have beefed over everything from their broken relationship to co-parenting their 2-year-old daughter, Marley Rae McCall. Now, it seems like their tense relationship has spilled over to Marcille’s cousin, Terrell Mullin, because McCall recently slammed him with a homophobic rant.
The drama all began recently on Instagram when McCall seemed to take issue with Mullin, who is a celebrity stylist, having such a close relationship with Marley and even calling her his “princess.” In a now-deleted post, McCall slammed Mullin with a few homophobic remarks and even referred to him as a “girl.”
“Put some respeKK on it: No matter how incredibly hard anyone tries they will never be Half The Man or Dad I could ever be to my Flesh and Blood. My see[d] my legacy. Careful who you quick to call YOUR princess all the time especially when she has a King to call Dad already…Not Aunty or Hunty. By all means your help is greatly appreciated BUT just like my male parts worked fine making her when I laid with her mother, I can take excellent care of my baby SOLO dolo … It’s one thing to help a child in need. It’s another to cross boundaries and Over step our roles in people’s lives. We WILL be speaking in person. Please don’t be afraid I don’t hit girls. Keep being a Good Aunt but stop saying it’s Your princess until you turn into a KING. My babies only recognize their King not a princess and his Bride. NO shade real is real. Tired of the bulls— and lies tho #putsonerespkkonit,” McCall wrote.
Well, once Mullin got wind of McCall’s post, he didn’t back down and he proceeded to post of photo of himself and Marley and continued to refer to her as his “princess.”
“Like I said before MY PRINCESS !!! #ThatS—AintChanging #TakesMoreThanSemenToBeAFather,” Mullin captioned the photo.
Marcille jumped into the mix too and posted a now-deleted photo of herself with Marley along with a scathing caption for McCall.
“Happy Life!!! Me and my Mini Me #Beans #singlemom #momanddad #respek the truth no #coparenting #stop #playin #iggames and get your life together,” Marcille captioned the photo.
Well, this is one messy situation and we wonder if McCall and Marcille will ever be able to just make peace and focus on healthy co-parenting together.