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Omarion shades ex-girlfriend Apryl Jones

Photo Credit: Omarion's Instagram (@1omarion)
Photo Credit: Instagram – @1omarion

Omarion and Apryl Jones had one of the most headline-grabbing breakups this past summer and since then fans have assumed that the parents of two have been able to keep the peace since they didn’t end their relationship on bad terms. However, it looks like the former pair may have some bad blood between them because Omarion recently shaded Jones in a new song of his.

This week, Omarion released his new single “It’s Whatever.””I been only single 4 months, I’m just trying to get my swag back, probably catch a few kids, it’s like I never left I’m right back,” Omarion sings in one part of the song, while in another he sings, “Torn apart catch me I’m on the run, Told my BM she could have that. Put that on my daughter and my son, every night I’m having flashbacks. So it’s probably wise that… you don’t cross the line, f–k your glass of wine.”

Fans have noted that the dig must be written specifically for Jones because of her consistent talk about her love for wine on her social media pages.

Well, this is a big difference from what Omarion had to say about Jones when they split up back in July.

“The beautiful and talented mother of my children for whom I hold the highest regard and respect, Apryl Jones, and I have mutually decided to end our relationship. We continue to love and support one another and still share a common goal to remain friends while being great parents to our children,” Omarion wrote on Instagram about the split.

Since their split, Jones has kept her talk about the breakup to the absolute minimum. However, she did seem to have a response to her ex’s new song about her. According to reports, Jones tweeted and then quickly deleted, “No n—as writing songs about me…ughhh ok.”

What do you think about O’s shade towards Jones? Let us know in the comments.

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