Eva Marcille is not too concerned about what her daughter’s biological father, Kevin McCall, says. The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA) star recently took to Instagram to dote on her daughter, Marley Rae Sterling, and husband, Michael Sterling, who she recognizes as her daughter’s father.
“From the moment Marley Rae picked up a camera I knew she had something special,” Eva said of her daughter’s ability to capture the spirit of the moment with her camera. Marley Rae took a picture of Michael as he sat on the porch of the family’s home.
“She took this picture today of her daddy while he was in his zone and she was in hers,” Eva told her social media fans. “I love my life,” the RHOA star added. “I love my Sterlings.”
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From the moment Marley Rae picked up a Camera I knew she had something special. Watching her grow as a budding photographer and artist has been absolute splendor. She took this picture today of her daddy while he was in his zone and she was in her’s. I love my life I love my Sterlings 🌻
Marcille’s post about her husband and daughter comes after Kevin McCall took to Instagram earlier this week to say that he was not going to produce any more music until he was reunited with his “children.” Kevin further accused Eva of lying on him in a lengthy social media post shared with his subscribers today.
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Imma do a live today take any questions…at some point in your life you have to control the narrative being told about. I got lied on so much that I started acting out on social media out of anger to Express myself. It's not a crime but it can make lies about you seem true, it can ruin your reputation and nobody cares if it was only because of pain and frustration with being lied on constantly. The best way to change the narrative is not to be silent, not to run from it, but to engage the people. Let's talk about this sometime this week. I will expose so much that I may even get killed. It's that kinda party. Are you afraid of the truth if it's not what u wanted to know? Some people want to believe lies because it feels good to them. What makes u feel better? The truth or a lie.
“I got lied on so much that I started acting out on social media out of anger to express myself,” McCall told his social media supporters. “It’s not a crime but it can make lies about you seem true, it can ruin your reputation and nobody cares if it was only because of pain and frustration with being lied on constantly,” he added. “The best way to change the narrative is not to be silent, not to run from it, but to engage the people.”
Kevin McCall promised to go live with his side of the story in hopes of clearing the air. Stay tuned for updates to this developing story!
Photo: Eva Marcille/Instagram