AceShowbiz - Everyone seems to be against Lil Fizz's alleged relationship with Apryl Jones, who is the baby mama of his B2K bandmate Omarion. Not only their rumored romance angered many fans of the group and his ex Moniece Slaughter, but another of his groupmate, Raz B, was also seemingly pissed off by their relationship.
The rumors all started after Hollywood Unlocked shared a video of Fizz and Jones getting cozy with each other in what appeared to be a kitchen as well as several photos of the rumored couple laying in bed together. The Shade Room additionally obtained a photo of them enjoying lunch together at Hot n Juicy on Sunday, June 30.
Reacting to the footage, many B2K fans took to social media to blast both of them for disrespecting Omarion, with some speculating that this might be the reason why the 34-year-old refused to do a reunion tour at first. Meanwhile, Slaughter shared on Instagram Stories a video of her sarcastically congratulating Fizz and Jones' new relationship.
"Congratulations are in order for Apryl Jones and tteny fizzle pop on the announcement of their relationship-slash-f**kship," the "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" star said in the video. "Congrats on moving into the new house together. Congrats on potentially getting married and having kids and I could not wish for a better stepmother for my son. Just be a little more respectful and mind your f***ing business and we can be the biggest, bestest, blended family ever."
On the other hand, Raz simply said on the photo-sharing platform, "Can't teach person a respect.." Given the drama, many were speculating that his post was aimed at Fizz. However, that wasn't the case. He commented underneath a The Shade Room post, "My comment wasn't intended for this! If u want my opinion on the whole thing ! Level of maturity! Somebody made the wrong chess move , or was it right we'll never know cause it's not our business!"
Both Fizz and Jones themselves have yet to comment on the rumors, but the latter recently did an Instagram Live session with Fizz and told her followers that "life is meant to be lived."