Chuck Taylor first addressed social media’s impact on Fab’s family. “Another black family torn apart over social media,” he wrote in a comment on The Shade Room. “Look at everyone so happy to see them in shambles. Forget how this all plays out for their two young boys going forward or their daughter whose father figure was just plucked from the family picture by culture vultures.”
Additionally, he returned to the comment section with more context. “I never said the physical abuse was okay,” he added. “As expected 90% of the comments missed my point, which was totally about the welfare of their children and our actions as ‘Gasoline on an already burning fire.'”
Later, he also brought up Blac Chyna’s recent public struggles. “Just like all the people cheering for Chyna to lose custody of her daughter cause she swung one plastic stroller at air,” he added. “Keep allowing social media to breakdown black families.”
Fabolous reportedly faces 3-5 years in prison on charges of aggravated assault and making terroristic threats. His longtime girlfriend Emily Bustamante claims he punched her, damaged her teeth, and threatened to shoot her and her father. A video of a dispute between Fabolous, Emily, and her father surfaced online over the weekend.
Blac Chyna swung a stroller in a rage after an apparent dispute at Six Flags Magic Mountain on Easter Sunday. As a result, her daughter Dream’s father, Rob Kardashian, is reportedly taking her to court over custody issues. The model also reportedly lost a stroller deal over the skirmish.