Chris Bosh is seeking full custody of his daughter, Trinity, with his ex, Allison Mathis, who happens to be close friends with ex-”Basketball Wives” reality star, Royce Reed, who we already know is constantly in the headlines for “speaking her mind.” TMZ reported that Bosh is seeking custody because he feels Mathis is trying to alienate him from his child, keeping her from traveling with him and turning her against him, and upon hearing that news, Royce went off on Adrienne — on Twitter, mind you – on her alleged “exploitation” of little Trinity, airing out the Boshes dirty laundry and calling foul on the way they are going about trying to keep Trinity from her mother.
In her tweets to Adrienne Bosh, Royce said:
“if it was abt Trinity y do u exploit her all the time like she’s never w/her mother when she is most of the time”
“why not mention the reason Trinity can’t travel overseas is bcuz she has chronic ear infections, & her DOCTOR denied travel”
“allison has repeatedly asked 4 a sit down w/ur new parenting coordinator. y yall keep canceling? oh and ur residence is tx? Ok “
While it is reasonable to want to support your friends, it seems that Reed is being a bit too messy. Isn’t this a fight that the lawyers should be having? If she’s as grown as she has claimed to be throughout her time on Basketball Wives it seems that she should give the public arguments a rest and and speak face-to-face, if it’s even necessary.
We previously reported on Chris Bosh claiming Texas to be his permanent residence, despite the fact that he is employed by the Miami Heat with a permanent address in Miami. The reason is as clear as day: child support payment is much less for Texas residents.
The Boshes story IS fishy at best but do you think Royce had a right to publicly speak out on an issue that doesn’t directly involve her?