'No you look quite bothered,' one Instagram user comments to the ex-husband of Eva Marcille's statement, with someone else pointing out, 'But we know you're not.'

AceShowbiz - Kevin McCall seemingly is feeling confident lately. The singer takes to his Instagram account to share a picture of himself, though it is the caption that catches people's attention the most.

In the shot, which was uploaded on Thursday, Wednesday 28, the ex-husband of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star's Eva Marcille was seen standing while holding his phone. He stood sideways, avoiding the camera.

Captioning the snap, Kevin wrote, "I'm 'Omarion to the the Bulls**t.' " It seemed like he was alluding indifferent about rumors about him just like how the B2K member remains silent about his baby mama Apryl Jones dating his bandmate Lil Fizz until recently.

TheNeighborhoodTalk reposted his post and people in the comment section were wildly disagreeing with his statement. "No you look quite bothered," one user wrote, with another one pointing out, "But we know you're not."

Meanwhile, one person didn't even try to mince his/her words, saying, "N***a, YOU are the bs." Echoing the sentiment, one other said, "No,you re not you're the bs to bs." Another user refused to believe his claim and commented, "Nah you are NOT allowed sir please reframe [sic] from using that term thank you."

"Omarion doesn't write shady captions NEXT," added one person. Meanwhile, someone else suggested that instead of Omarion, he was the Apryl in the situation.

This arrives after Kevin went live on Instagram on November 24 to ask for his followers' help to buy a plane ticket to Los Angeles to attend the funeral of his best friend. The 34-year-old delivered a heartfelt plea in the video, saying, "I'm putting my ego to the side right now and humbly just being a real n***a, I gotta get to LA in the morning."

Claiming that his custody battle with his ex-wife Eva Marcille has cost him a lot of money, he shared, "I done spent 14,000 on my attorney between...a n***a done spent, like, $40,000."

"I ain't broke, fa'sho. See, that's that ego," he added, before explaining, "I need help getting home to LA because I'm trying to get to my homie Josh Ford's funeral. I have to sing 'I Won't Complain' for him and the family. And I believe in God to make it happen. I know some people with some deals out here. If you know somebody work for Delta, I'll play you back on the backend. It's whatever, I just need $200 to get home. R.I.P. Josh Ford."

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