Waka Flocka Flame has finally addressed his split from Tammy Rivera. Around one week after the reality star confirmed their breakup, the “Hard in da Paint” rapper revealed where things stand now between them.
via: Page Six
However, the “No Hands” rapper, 35, insists there is no bad blood between him and the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star, also 35.
“That’s my best friend, that’s my dawg,” Flame said on TMZ’s podcast, “It’s Tricky With Raquel Harper,” on Thursday.
The Atlanta rapper said after a divorce people expect the pair to be “fighting and hating,” but he says, “I’m grown.”
“People evolve for the better,” Flame added, telling Harper, “We ain’t nasty. It’s love, though.”
When the podcaster asked the “Hard in da Paint” rapper if he and Rivera may rekindle their relationship at some point, he declined to answer.
Flame shared, however, that he plans to expand his family in the future, but “needs time” because he wants to be present in his children’s lives.
The “Round of Applause” rapper has been involved in Rivera’s daughter Charlie’s life since she was four, but has no biological kids of his own.
“I want to be in my kid’s life for the first five years,” he told Harper.
Flame and Rivera have been married since 2014 and had a reality show for two seasons, “Waka & Tammy: What The Focka,” on We tv. It does not appear that any divorce paperwork has been filed yet.
In March 2020, the reality star actually boasted to Page Six about his sex life with Rivera during quarantine.
He told us at the time, “Come on, you know damn well we getting nasty in here.”