John Singleton's Baby Mama Is Shocked After His Mom Accuses Her of Not Helping Him Before His Death
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In a post that Shelia Ward shares on her private Facebook account, she claims that Ravyon Jones simply put the late director to bed after he threw up blood.

AceShowbiz - John Singleton's mother, Shelia Ward, is still mourning the passing of the late director, letting out her feelings in a post shared on her private Facebook account. However, she did not just express her sadness over John's dead because she also claimed that his baby mama Ravyon Jones did nothing to help him on the night when he first suffered a stroke.

In her post, Shelia claimed that John was feeling tired when he got home after a plane ride. But instead of a warm welcome, he was greeted with "crossed defiant fists." According to her, John then took a bath with her infant son, Seven, but his body began to "trimmer again and you couldn't lift yourself from the sunken tub of the water." She also said that John was throwing up blood during that time.

Shelia claimed that Ravyon did not care at all, only putting him to bed without calling her or 911. "I can't stop thinking about this truth," she said, before admitting to not be able to blame her because she "must live with what it (sic)." She concluded her post, "I don't blame them yet I am repelled from their energy I know not to let them touch me, or surround me."

But Ravyon has denied the allegations, telling TMZ that she was shocked after learning of the allegations leveled against her. In her defense, she explained that John did complain about being sick and that he thought it was due to food poisoning. However, she didn't recall seeing John throwing up that night, so she speculated that it was nothing serious. If she knew his condition was really bad, Ravyon stressed she would have done something to help him.

John died on Monday, April 29 after he had been on life support at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for days after suffering a stroke on April 17.

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