“My insurance company should not be second-guessing my doctors,” Hammer said.
“I’m relieved that it is finally treating me fairly and covering the health care I need.” MVP declined to comment, citing patient confidentiality.
Masika isn’t dragging her baby’s father for the sex tape though and made it clear to any of her fans or haters that she’s not going to put her BD down on their timelines. Like, that b—h is just mad because she wants to be with Fetty and he don’t want her. She’s mad that he exposed her nationally on TV and she’s just trying to make herself relevant. I’m 22, like you had the opportunity to do these things and you didn’t.
She wrote, “Side bar: any disrespectful comments about Khari’s father you will be blocked.
“I submitted the information to get preauthorization,” she said. They said it was cosmetic.” But Hammer’s doctor’s disagreed that the surgery was cosmetic, according to the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund, a rights organization that led the legal fight for the Queens woman.Mel B's former nanny is filing a lawsuit against the singer, claiming she told lies about her in the divorce case against Stephen Belafonte.TMZ has learned the lawsuit centers on declarations Mel B filed in which she claims Belafonte and Lorraine Gilles told her they had an affair and that Lorraine was pregnant with his child. Mel B goes on to accuse Gilles and Belafonte of pilfering money from her.The Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star simply Tweeted, “B—hes wanna be Kim K so bad. We are sure Masika will have something to say about that.Smfh.” Could that be not so subtle shade directed at Fetty Wap’s on-again, off-again girlfriend and sex tape co-star Alexis Sky? UPDATE: Masika did have something to say about Alexis Sky saying she was an “old ass b—h” and Fetty’s “one-night-stand.” She posted a picture of Fetty with their daughter Khari Barbie with the simple (but damn she’s saying so much more) caption, “mood.” LOL. If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.