While many fans were saddened by the unexpected breakup of Omarion and longtime girlfriend Apryl Jones, it seems rapper Shad Moss, better known as Bow Wow, was not one of the them.
"Bro you got your freedom! We can hang again!!! lets go take a bag to AOD tonight," the 29-year-posted on Instagram following the split, referring to a popular strip club. "Theres plenty of ig thots … in the world that will be happy to cheer you up during this time!"
It wasn't long before his comments reached Apryl's ears — and the mother-of-two did not hesitate to respond to the ill-timed remarks.
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Bro you got your freedom! We can hang again!!! 😂 lets go take a bag to AOD tonight. Theres plenty of ig thots and vlive and AOD dancers bro in the world that will be happy to cheer you up during this time! Matter of fact, ima throw you a couple lobs 😂#theonefriendyourboygfhates #keepyoheadupbro #dontstress #thesewomenmakegreyscomeinearly #alljokes
"As far as Bow Wow, his friend is Omari," she told E! News. "Whatever he feels like he needs do or say for media purposes doesn't pertain to me. I have two beautiful children that are my main focus."
Fans of Bow Wow also felt his comments were uncalled for, forcing the former child star to defend himself on social media.
"So since my female followers have a lot to say to me this am, why is it yall can do this when your bestie break up and why cant the fellas encourage they homies the same way yall do," he wrote. "A trip to the gentlemen's club wont save your boy life but just to get him out to talk and relax a little theres no crime in that… Ease up on us ladies."
Omarion and Apryl called it quits just four months after welcoming their daughter, A'mei following rumors she cheated on the "Post to Be" singer. The two are also parents to son Megaa, 1.
"The beautiful and talented mother of my children, for whom I hold the highest regard and respect, Apryl Jones, and I have mutually decided to end our relationship,” the former B2K star announced to fans on July 10. "We continue to love and support one another. [We] still share a common goal to remain friends while being great parents to our children.”