Kevin McCall Gets Shot, Threatens Chris Brown, Makes It Hard To Feel Sorry For Him
I have concerns when it comes to Kevin McCall’s mental stability and I’ve had them ever since he made an appearance on Iyanla Vanzant’s Iyanla: Fix My Life in 2016 and talked about abuse he endured as a child and wanting to prove his toughness to his father and bearing the emotional brunt of his mother’s frustrations over the failed relationship. The rapper and record producer made headlines recently once again for his reckless behavior and added fuel to an ongoing feud that he’s had for some time with singer, Chris Brown.
McCall announced that his 2018 was off to a bad start in a picture posted to Twitter of him being hospitalized after being shot in the foot:
TMZ reported McCall was taken to Centinela Hospital in Inglewood Wednesday after he said someone put a hole through his shoe as he was coming out of a convenience store. The rapper suffered 3 broken toes and a fractured tibia from the shooting which he says occurred in broad daylight. Rumors began to float that the rapper shot himself, and although McCall denies that the injury was inflicted by no one other than himself, he does say he filed a police report and will be taking no further action. Unfortunately, he did a whole lot of talking, or rather put his Twitter fingers to work when threatening singer Chris Brown implying that the “Heartbreak On A Full Moon” artist had something to do with the incident. The ShadeRoom posted a tweet in which McCall not only threatens Brown, but his daughter as well:
From there, Kevin McCall’s timeline turned into a mess of responses, religion and bad grammar which if you have some time to kill you can scroll though at your own leisure, but here are some highlights:
McCall has had his share of struggles including his share of public feuds with other entertainers, money issues, and very publicly disowning his daughter with model/actress Eva Marcille after she announced her pregnancy with her new fiancé, Atlanta mayoral candidate Michael Sterling. We’re glad that Marcille dodged that bullet but we hope McCall really does get the help he needs to deal with some of his issues. We’d suggest getting off Twitter and getting Iyanla on speed dial.