While Falynn Guobadia has spoken out about her estranged husband Simon’s engagement to fellow Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams, she hasn’t gone into major detail about what happened. Now, she’s ready to speak her peace.
Falynn took to her Instagram account on Thursday (June 3) to post a preview of a Youtube exclusive interview where she sits down to air out the details of her and Simon’s split. She’ll also reveal whether she’s actually friends with Williams.
“My truth…,” captioned Falynn, adding that the interview will be available on June 10.
In the video, Falynn is asked about her alleged infidelity and Simon’s recent engagement, to which she laughs off and says, “God, the balls on him.”
“Simon doesn’t get caught unless Simon wants to be caught,” Falynn also remarks in the preview, referring to his sudden relationship with Porsha.
Soon after Falynn shared the IG preview, Simon responded by reposting the video and added claims that Falynn was unfaithful and the reason he filed for divorce. He even tagged the man she allegedly had an affair with.
On May 10, Simon Guobadia announced he proposed to Porsha Williams. According to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, he and Falynn have not yet finalized their divorce but the pair did reach a settlement in April.
"I want to thank everyone for reaching out to me and offering their love and support," Falynn said in a statement to PEOPLE. "At this time, I am focusing on finalizing my divorce and healing. Sending positivity to all of you."
Simon, 56, and Falynn, 31, tied the knot in June 2019. On April 22, via their respective social media accounts, they announced their split.
"After two years of marriage and 5 years of friendship, Simon and I have made the difficult decision to go our separate ways," Falynn wrote in her Instagram Story. "We are deeply thankful for the impact we have made in each other's lives, as well as the bonds formed with each other's children.
She added: “This mutual decision was not made lightly, and despite our current willingness to be transparent, we only ask our friends and supporters to be respectful of our privacy as our family gets through this very difficult period."