Seeing your ex move on to someone else is never easy, but Milan Christopher insists jealousy is not the reason he's throwing shade at his former flame Miles Brock and the rapper's new squeeze Sundy Carter.
After the former Basketball Wives star (pictured below) was seen arm-in-arm with Brock, whose relationship drama with Christopher played out on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, Christopher couldn't help but weigh in on the surprising couple. He took to Twitter to share his thoughts on a pic of Brock and Carter holding hands that is making it's way around the internet:
While Brock didn't comment directly, Carter and Christopher ended up getting into a spat in the comments section over at The Shade Room. “Again it’s ‘I’m going to let you guys finish’… minus that extra word ‘the’ you used. Let’s play nice…,” Carter wrote.
“Okay baby … I just didn’t want any confusion with all the people tagging me in you guys pics. Esp knowing you are married and have a whole family, husband & kids at home. You look good in the pic though…,” Christopher retorted.
Carter then pointed out that Milan was the pot calling the kettle black, considering the rumors that he and his co-star Moniece Slaughter were dating, writing, “…by the way you looked amazing holding monieces hand as well.”
Christopher ended the back-and-forth with one last tweet: “Yea me & @moniece_slaughter tend to look that way… it’s our youthfulness… Esp seeing as though we both still have jobs and work everyday.”
Brock eventually did break his silence on his ex's shade, tweeting that there's a double standard in society that won't accept a man being bisexual:
This isn't the first time Christopher has tried to "out" Brock. Last year, he called Brock "a complete fraud" for claiming he is bisexual. “Miles has been homosexual. He’s not bisexual," he said. "He has been gay for a very long time. ... His sister knew he was gay. Everybody knew he was gay.”
Whatever happened to live and let live?
Watch the cast of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood "tell all" in the video below:
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