AceShowbiz - Cyn Santana initially planned to keep quiet after Joe Budden seemingly accused her of keeping their son, Lexington, away from him, but ultimately failed after receiving a lot of criticisms. Now, the "Love & Hip Hop: New York" beauty has denied the allegations made by the rapper-turned-podcast host while responding to the critics.
Hitting back at one Twitter user who expressed his/her disappointment in her over the allegation, Cyn told the user that she didn't "give a damn about what complete strangers with ZERO information have to say about me as it pertains to my son? Y'all don't know a SINGLE thing about anything. I've kept it like that on purpose sis."
Despite what the user said about her, Cyn still hoped that "y'all stay blessed and protected."
She later alluded in another tweet that Joe's Twitter post was just a part of his "patterns and tactics," adding, "It'll save you headaches, heartaches and energy. Protect your spirit."
Earlier this week, Joe alleged that Cyn is not letting him see his son by tweeting, "I miss my son so much... gotta go thru it tho... again." His followers quickly took sympathy on him, with one saying, "@Cyn_Santana you keeping the child away from his dad? Wow! That's not cool. A child should not be kept away due to discord between parents. Sorry Joe."
One other urged Joe to "GET A GOOD LAWYER." Meanwhile, a person wished him the best as writing, "I feel you. When my sons mom and I split up she kept my son from me for 2 weeks...was the worst 2 weeks of my life! Stay strong for your son."
Joe and Cyn called off their engagement earlier this year after the latter caught the "Pump It Up" hitmaker cheating on her with a model. In May, Joe appeared to confirm their breakup with a tweet that read, "When you can really enjoy a meal during your break up diet >>>."