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It’s obvious that Omarion and Apryl Jones are not on the best of terms. While Omarion has stayed silent, Jones has been open about their difficulty co-parenting their two children, Megaa and A’mei. She’s in a relationship with his former bandmate Lil’ Fizz, who she also stars with on Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood, so many have been wondering how this has affected their already estranged relationship. During a visit to Nick Cannon Mornings on Los Angeles’ Power 106, she said the “Ice Box” singer is not as unbothered as the internet thinks he is.

“To the perception of the world, Omari’s unbothered, but he bothers me,” Jones said. “There’s a lot that I’m dealing with behind closed doors that people don’t know.”

Jones also said she has not been receiving the amount of child support she needs from Omarion.

“Like, not receiving support and a person claiming they only make a certain amount of money, and I’m only getting $700 a month. Like, little stuff like that. It’s just the truth. So what are you gonna tell your children when they find out what you did to their mom?”

The Chicago native also said that when she and Omarion see each other in person, things are definitely not cordial.

“He’s mean to me. He just kind of looks at me. But I feel like he’s gonna get through that. I’m through it, I’m in a peaceful state in my life.”

She also added that she wishes him the best even though he may not do the same for her.

“I let Omari go. It took me a year and a half to get through that relationship. It was the hardest breakup of my life, but I left it where it was at. I went through that healing. I left it where it was at. I don’t feel no way. I don’t want to wish bad on him because he is, at the end of the day, the father to my kids. I want nothing but the best for him. I want him to succeed in life, I want him to find another woman that’s gonna love him, and that’s gonna be great for my children. And I would wish that for him. Unfortunately sometimes when you get in a new situation, or you’re flourishing in your life, sometimes men can’t handle that.”

Watch the full interview below.


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