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What in the world did people do before Twitter, Facebook and Instagram? How did they solve their problems?
Tiffany Nicole, allegedly one of Ginwuine’s oldest children (remember he has 8 or 10 or 200 children), recently took to Instagram to expose her father as a deadbeat dad and granddad. She first posted a side by side picture of them (what you see above) with a caption saying, “Some wish they had a father But sometimes ur better off cuz I wish I never met mine! #lookalikenothingalike” Well now, shots fired!
But she wasn’t even close to being done. Tiffany immediately followed that up with a screenshot of a text “conversation” they allegedly had. She initiated the conversation, by saying “WAKE UP DEADBEAT UR KIDS ARE STILL ALIVE THANK GOD FOR THAT.” But Ginuwine responded with, “You are such a disrespectful ungrateful lil B–tch don’t you ever call me for s–t ever deadbeat that get lost.”
I mean…I mean. Tiffany is upset and even though she’s an adult, she still has a right to be emotional about how her relationship with her father has played out thus far. His response sounds like he’s talking to an ex-girlfriend that he now hates. Assuming these messages are real, I’d be curious to find out about the third side: the truth. There is just so much anger being spewed from both of them in that one message that there has to be a back story. Tiffany also claims he treats his wife’s (rapper Sole) children better than he treats his own.
Messy, messy, messy. Ginuwine hasn’t publicly responded to her deadbeat dad claims and quite frankly, I hope he doesn’t. There are some things that are entertaining and then there’s this. Hopefully they can talk behind the scenes and work out a resolution to this particular incident, even if they can’t or don’t want to work out their relationship.
Miss Jia has all the screenshots of Tiffany’s text messages and tweets to Ginuwine.
When Ginuwine dropped his debut album The Bachelor in 1996, women lost their minds and their drawers, which the artist claims he kept. Who could forget his provocative single “Pony” and the video that featured the 6’2 crooner winding, grinding and sliding across the stage. Whew, yes! Good times those were. But believe it or not, that was fifteen years ago. And although Ginuwine is still singing (he released his seventh album, Elgin, his real name, a few weeks ago), he’s no longer a bachelor. He’s married and raising his kids. Madame Noire recently caught up with the R&B star to discuss his upcoming role in the gospel play “The Ideal Husband,” and how getting older has changed him.