As you already know, the two have spent a good chunk of the season pushing this narrative that their relationship was nothing but a non-romantic one, with him supporting her after her breakup from Omarion, the father of her two children, and her defending him from Moniece Slaughter, the mother of his son. They had each other’s backs and were defensive when people questioned the nature of their friendship. But as noted in last week’s episode of Love and Hip Hop, the two locked lips and finally made it clear that they were choosing to be more than just friends.
On Sunday, they took things a step further by making their relationship Instagram official. They both shared warm and cuddly photos of themselves hugged up, with Fizz’s image captioned, “Good things come to those who wait.”
While there were people who were happy for the two or just told them to live their lives how they want, there were some people who were just not here for any of it and wanted answers. One of those people is Love and Hip Hop New York‘s Joe Budden, who is known for calling out things he finds to be disrespectful. He took to Twitter over the weekend to show some love to Omarion and throw some slight shade at Fizz:
Someone else who agreed was producer Rico Love, who commented on the screenshot of Joe’s tweet on TheJasmineBrand’s Instagram page and said, “That’s a FACT!!! Fizz supposed get his a– BEAT!!!!!”
Someone else who agreed with Joe was former NBA player Matt Barnes who initially commented that Fizz needed to be dealt with physically, but he went on to delete the comment. This was interesting because if you’ll recall, Matt drove 95 miles a few years ago, which took quite a few hours, to beat up former teammate Derek Fisher for getting involved with his ex and the mother of his sons, Gloria Govan.
All that being said, we disagree with the need for violence in a situation such as this, but we are in agreement that Omarion is on a completely different level of zen out here.