Ray J’s Mother Jumps In His Relationship Drama, Says Princess Love Owes Him An Apology

January 24, 2018  |  

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Earlier this week, we reported that Princess Love and Ray J seem to be going through a rough patch. Princess was on social media participating in standard 21st century breakup behavior: posting quotes about loving yourself and walking away, cosigning what other people had to say about Ray J, and deleting all of his pictures from her Instagram page.

At the time of publication, Ray J had yet to acknowledge the breakup. Instead, he seemed to be partying and celebrating as usual. But yesterday, he seemed to post something more in line with what Princess has been discussing.

He clearly kind of skirts around the issue, not really sharing anything other than he needs to be patient in the relationship and alleging that he’s been faithful. If this post were the only new development, it wouldn’t have been worthy of your time. But somewhere in the comment section, Ray J’s mother, Sonja Norwood, left this comment.

“My response on my IG @sonjanorwood.”

So we mossied on over there. But Sonja’s profile is private. Still, the internet is undefeated and Fameolous was able to capture the screenshot.

Pay particular attention to the caption.

“False accusations in a public forum deserves a PUBLIC APOLOGY. It takes a strong person to say sorry but a stronger person to show forgiveness. Proud of you @rayj–keeping standing for your belief! (read @rayj instagram because this posts has everything to do with his post.) #prayingforcontrol #factfind #familyfirst”

And because this type of social media call out rarely go unanswered, Princess responded in a post that has since been deleted.

Afterward, someone in the comments warned Princess against handling conflict in a public platform.

“NEVER air your conflict on a public platform because you’re hurt! Wait til he walks through the door and get at that ass beind a closed door! #HisMommaSeemsToBeOnYourSide.”

Princess responded.

“I would love to but I haven’t seen him in a week.”

Time and social media will tell.

Veronica Wells is the culture editor at MadameNoire.com. She is also the author of “Bettah Days” and the creator of the website NoSugarNoCreamMag. You can follow her on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter @VDubShrug.

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