News: French Montana's Ex Calls Him Out: "Whores, Strippers, Dealers Tell Him His Son Is Sick"
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 3:05PM
Bad Boy Records rapper French Montana's ex-girlfriend Deen Kharbouch is back at it, going off on a Twitter tantrum toward the rap star and accusing him of being a deadbeat father.
Kharbouch hopped onto her Twitter page Wednesday (May 8) with a slew of insults directed at him.
"Whores, strippers, dealers tell @FrencHMonTanA that his son is sick," she tweeted May 8th.
"@FrencHMonTanA has not seen his son in months.. He's son is in the hospital and he could careless"
"@FrencHMonTanA is a HORRIBLE father"
"@FrencHMonTanA where is your son ??"
"@frenchmontana is a fake f*ck that uses people #vampire" (Deen Kharbouch's Twitter)
Back in January, French talked about raising his three-year-old baby boy.
Although he has the means to make a comfortable life for his 3-year-old son, Montana has no intention of babying him. "Kids who have everything grow up thinking that everybody owes them," he says. "I want him to grow up like me. I want him to struggle a little so he knows how to be a man. I've got to leave him in the desert, and when he gets older, he'll understand why his father left him like that." (USA Today)
Last September, French spoke on caring for a son despite having issues with his ex-girlfriend.
"It happens to the best," French said when he appeared on Wednesday's "RapFix Live." "As long as I take care of my family, make sure my son is good. I feel like that's a weight off my shoulder, you know, I could sleep good," he told "RapFix" host Sway Calloway about the split. "It's just kinda like you're moving and you're not the same person, 'cause you're so busy doing what you're doing. You get conflicts." (MTV)
Coincidentally, the rap star blamed fame for contributing to a split from Deen Kharbouch.
"Man, I couldn't do it; that's why we got separated," French explains. "At first it was smooth, but then as much as people think that money changes you, it's changing them around you. A person ain't gonna treat you the same now that they think that you think you somebody." (The Boom Box)