AceShowbiz - La La Anthony did her Valentine's Day tribute to Carmelo Anthony in a different way. Instead of sharing a sweet message to her husband, the 39-year-old was more like giving him a warning that she could leave him any minute once he hurts her.
The "Power" actress shared on her Instagram account two photos of her getting cozy to Carmelo, with whom she recently reunited. One photo saw her sitting on Carmelo's lap while sticking out her tongue. As for the other photo, it featured the happy couple sharing a laugh with La La hugging her husband from the back.
The photos were adorable, but it was the caption that raised people's eyebrows. La La quoted the lyrics from Beyonce Knowles' "Don't Hurt Youself" off her "Lemonade" album. The song was an ode for her to Jay-Z's affair. "YOU KNOW I GIVE YOU LIFE...IF YOU TRY THIS S**T AGAIN...YOU GON LOSE YOUR WIFE," La La captioned the snaps. "I've loved you since you were 19 & I will love you forever HAPPY VDAY MY LOVE."
Fans were convinced that La La confirmed rumors of Carmelo cheating on her with the caption. "Yesssss with the caption!!!! Don't f*** Up again @carmeloanthony," one fan wrote in the comment section. "That boy got a 2nd chance… See, why y'all can't be like LaLa," another fan added, while someone else echoed, "Yas caption! Love is about growth and forgiveness!"
La La was not the only one who did a Valentine's Day tribute as Carmelo shared an equally sweet photo of them on his account. The snap saw the backside of the couple during a hiking outing. " 'The Best Thing To Hold Onto In Life Is Each Other' Happy [heart emoji] Day to my Earth @lala Love You!!! #STAYME7O," he gushed in the caption.
Prior to this, La La opened up about her reconciliation with the basketball player. "Pray a lot. Believe in God. Talk to people that I know have my best interest at heart," she said to HollywoodLife.com at the 2019 Starz Winter TCA Press Tour in Los Angeles on February 12. "Talk to my husband. Communicate. Hold each other accountable for things that we could both be doing in the marriage and also making the marriage a priority."
She added, "When you live in this world and it's work and it's children, it's this, it's that, it's easy to forget about the marriage and you have to remember to put the marriage at the forefront. I think that people just kind of always assume that it'll be there and they forget that that's work in itself."