Kevin McCall Sends Frightening Message About His Daughter

HOLLYWOOD, CA - AUGUST 22:  Singer / Songwriter Kevin McCall attends the 2014 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards at the Pantages Theatre on August 22, 2014 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

Kevin McCall Sends Frightening Message About His Daughter

"Imma hurt someone help out if you don't wanna see this end tragically this my last cry for help..."

Published March 22, 2018

Singer-songwriter Kevin McCall has brought his familial affair gripes back to Instagram for another rant about what he claims to be “child kidnapping” by fashion icon, actress and mother of his daughter, Eva Marcille.

But this time, his message is far more concerning after he forewarned disturbingly tragic happenings if his requests as a father aren’t met soon.

In the first of the unexpected Instagram Live posts, Kevin insists that he’s “totally not crazy,” nor does he want to do anything that might reflect that.

“Totally not crazy,” he says in the video. “I’m actually one of the nicest people on the earth. But when you get to messing with people’s children, it’s boundaries. I’m not crazy, I don’t want to do anything crazy, but I have to make a point.”

The written caption on the post is sharply contrasting to his verbal sentiments, however. He doesn’t address anyone specifically, but asks for help getting his children or “something really really bad is about to happen” at any moment.

“I’m a ticking time bomb—I’ll make [Chris Dorner—slain L.A. police officer who committed a mass killing spree for over a week in 2013] look like Ru Paul...I’m a [sick a**] individual when you [f**k] with my kids. Keep bringing it out of me.”

In another photo, he continues the harrowing warnings, saying that he has tried to warn people about his “mental stability” as it pertains to his children being “legally kidnapped.” If you’ll recall, the Watts, California-native fell over to the internet’s bad side over comments he made that suggested he was disowning young Marley Rae McCall. He later cleared up the controversy, but apparently, the damage was already done.

“…After a while somebody gonna just get hurt because my babies are hurting without me and vice [versa],” he continued on the post. “Imma hurt someone help out if you don’t wanna see this end tragically this my last cry for help while I’m in a good mood.”

Hopefully things won’t escalate to the level he warns of and the family can work things out peacefully moving forward.

See the disturbing PSA he’s broadcasting below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic)

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