It’s no secret that Kevin McCall and his former girlfriend Eva Marcille have a rocky co-parenting relationship. And now their private drama has, once again, spilled over into the public eye as McCall recently threatened Marcille’s new boyfriend, Michael T. Sterling, online.
As previously reported, Marcille recently began dating Sterling, who currently serves as the executive director of the City of Atlanta Workforce Development Agency, just a few months ago. Yesterday, Marcille posted a photo of Sterling picking up and holding her daughter, Marley Rae McCall, as the little girl smiled with excitement.
“My #mcm and my #bce (baby crush everyday) on Mother’s Day,” Marcille captioned the photo.
Well, McCall wasn’t happy at all about seeing Sterling hold his daughter and he proceeded to threaten Sterling in a now-deleted repost of Marcille’s original Instagram post.
“What a lucky guy. After all my attempts to meet at the police station or anywhere “safe” so that I can just hold my OWN child the way this stranger gets to. And to the “Stranger” I hope you are ready to meet me face to face. It won’t be much talking. Some things are off limits. U will be dealt with quick and brief ???? (apparently this emoji is a threat in the court of law lol FOH man) #FrancesCressWesling#theisispapers,” McCall wrote.
This isn’t the first time that McCall has gotten upset with Marcille letting another man hold his daughter. Last month, McCall blasted Marcille’s cousin, Terrell Mullin, for posting a photo with Marley and calling her his “princess.”
“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.
However, Mullin refused to back down and posted a defiant response to McCall.
“Like I said before MY PRINCESS !!! #ThatS—AintChanging #TakesMoreThanSemenToBeAFather,” Mullin responded.
Marcille has yet to respond publicly to McCall’s latest outburst, but we doubt that her and McCall are any closer to squashing their beef with each other.