French Montana Admitted To Cheating On Wife Months Ago? [Video]

French Montana Admitted To Cheating On Wife Months Ago? [Video]

Days after Bad Boy Records rapper French Montana revealed a separation from his estranged wife Deen Kharbouch, new reports suggest he may have hinted at having an affair earlier this year.

According to reports, Montana jokingly talked about creeping with other women while married last May.

French Montana and his wife, Deen Kharbouch, are no more, but there may have been signs that the relationship was on the outs long before the “Pop That ” rapper made the announcement via . Montana told the website that he split from his wife because he “couldn’t do it,” but back in May he spoke to Hip-Hop Wired about stepping out on the mother of his son. When asked of how he maintains a relationship while loads of jump-offs throw themselves at him, the 27-year-old said “You just gotta’ do it when nobody’s looking,” before trying to brush the comment off as a joke. Montana went on to state that a person in his situations has to be “disciplined” so as to not give in to temptation. (Hip Hop Wired)

On Monday (September 10), Deen hopped on Twitter and called Montana out.

“@frenchmontana ur trying to use me to get a buzz. Your fans deserve to know the truth. They would be fans no more.,” she tweeted September 10th.

“@frenchmontana abandonment is NOT cool.. Family First!”

“@DaNYCGossipGirl @frenchmontana We have been married for 6 years and NOW he brings me up???” (Deen Kharbouch’s Twitter)

Last week, Montana revealed his separation from Deen and said fame ultimately caused them to break-up.

“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)

He also blamed the power of wealth for contributing to their quiet split.

“You around so many beautiful women, that’s a conflict too,” he says. “It’s just about finding somebody that understand the game, what you’re into. But then on the flip side of the coin, you gotta understand their game, what they into … There’s a flip side to everything. You can’t expect to make all this money and not go through problems. You can’t expect God to give you everything you want without taking something away.” (The Boom Box)

Check out French Montana’s interview below:

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