SMH: Kevin McCall Is Making A Shocking Claim About Eva Marcille's Newborn Son

Yet again, he's holding back nothing.

Just one month after posting harrowing messages regarding his daughter, Kevin McCall has returned to Instagram in yet another attempt for the attention of her mother, fashionista and actress Eva Marcille.

But instead of using their own child as bait this time, he’s taking the paternity of Eva’s newborn child with her fiancé, Michael Sterling, as a means of provocation.

In a string of Instagram stories, the singer-songwriter declared that he’s the father of Eva’s baby boy, and that’s why pictures of the infant have yet to surface.

“Thanks for all the congratulations and everything, um, not posting any pictures of the baby right now because, you know, we just want to keep our privacy and protect our family,” he said. “And also, the baby dark-skinned,” McCall added before covering his hand over his mouth in sarcastic astonishment.

In a second clip, he sits with a friend as they “toast to fatherhood” and states that many of his viewers are unaware that he just had a baby.

“But y’all just don’t know that I’m the father,” he said. “When you see that the baby is chocolate and fine like me, you’ll see I’m the daddy.”

McCall even goes so far as to suggest that, in keeping the baby’s identity concealed, Eva might be lying about the gender of the child as well. He didn’t have a problem publicly making up his own name for the baby, though, which is creepily inspired by the America’s Next Top Model finalist.  

“I mean, you never know, it could be a girl that I just had,” he concluded. “I’m gonna name her Eva-lasting. E-V-A-lasting.”

Eva has not responded to this claim nor any of his previous statements toward her. See his latest message in the post below. 

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