Maury Phillips/WireImageThe seemingly endless drama between Kevin McCall and Eva Marcille continues, as the R&B singer is now addressing abuse allegations made against him by the reality star.
Monday, McCall took to Twitter to defend himself against the domestic violence claims Marcille made during a recent episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
“Trust me, I’m not perfect, I had anger issues!” the famed songwriter tweeted in response to a fan who quizzed him about Marcille’s accusations.
He continued, “I’ve completed anger management to deal with being alienating [to] my children & how to stop playing the victim so that I can control my situation and the overall outcome.”
Marcille, who shares daughter Marley Rae with McCall, says she’s had to take out multiple restraining orders against her former spouse since their split in 2015. The former America’s Next Top Model claims McCall was repeatedly abusive.
“I still feel a sense of threat,” Marcille admitted during Sunday night’s airing of RHOA. “I have had to move five times, and I still feel a sense of uneasiness.”
Marcille even claimed that she’d gotten the FBI involved at one point, and said that she and her family live in multiple homes, so that McCall can’t track her whereabouts.
In response, McCall chose to blast Marcille over her allegations.
“It’s sad when she gotta keep using my name for her story line,” he tweeted. “If I was the husband I would be like ‘Real H** of Atlanta is you out of you mind, or is you still obsessed with your child’s Father?'”
Tuesday, McCall addressed whispers of him disowning his daughter Marley.
“If a child is used as a pawn, I feel IG was not the place to express it. I’m gonna see her real soon now,” he wrote on Twitter.