AceShowbiz - Kenya Duke apparently thinks that it's not time for Gary Owen to sit down and talk about the divorce. In response to his recent appearance on Wendy Williams' talk show, Kenya took to her Instagram account to further slam the comedian whom she previously accused of being a deadbeat daddy.
"I was shocked you spent most of your time talking about me, the divorce, son and daughter," she penned. "If the streets are that good to you, they why waste that opportunity and not talk about upcoming projects, club dates, what you are learning in the streets as an older guy, maybe finding out what the host likes to do, she was obviously interested."
She continued, "You could have shut it down real quick with 'that's my past, I am focused on my future' why didn't you?...because you want my attention and you knew someone would sent it to me. Your Public Relations machine sent you to the show for damage control regarding a deadbeat but thought they would sell it as you are there to talk about the movie. Did you ever get to the movie?"
In her lengthy rant, Kenya also accused him of lying to one of his children about a canceled show and not inviting his kids to the "Meet the Blacks 2" premiere. Instead, he invited a woman named Lisa's daughter and even surprised her with the opportunity to meet Snoop Dogg at the premiere. "Did it cross your mind how that picture with you, her and Snoop would make them feel? Do better!... The text relationship is a joke and not worth discussing," she questioned.
In response to him saying that their kids are adults, Kenya wrote, "Neither one of them are legal. Your youngest is 18. I have never heard of parents in conversation refer to their kids as adults. I would never ask a parent how are your adults no matter how old they are. That's just just weird. You have really good kids. Stop being so s****y towards them."
Kenya also addressed Claudia Jordan, a friend of Gary. She insinuated that Claudia continued to speak about their divorce because Owen is feeding her information.
During his appearance on "The Wendy Williams Show", Gary was asked about Kenya's deadbeat daddy accusations. "We have adults," he replied, before joking, "I just wanna make sure there's no child support. No, for real, 'cause it got out there that I'm a deadbeat dad, but our kids are adults."