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Omarion Doesn’t Care About Baby Mama Getting Cozy With Lil Fizz



There just may be an icebox where Omarion’s heart used to be. During a recent interview the B2K frontman said he is not salty at all with his band mate Lil Fizz and his baby mama’s intimate friendship, in fact…he doesn’t care!

TMZ host Raquel Harper, grilled Omarion about his relationship with Apryl Jones and he basically said he’s cool with it. “She can do whatever she wants to do, she’s a grown woman” he said.

Omarion and Jones, who have two children together, Megaa (4) and A’mei (2), split in 2016.

In recent weeks Jones and Fizz have sparked romance rumors, but both deny there is anything going on. Jones maintains that she and Fizz are just besties. To prove her case, she posted a video on her IG Live hanging out with Fizz and some of her other male BFF’s. (Click here to see that.)

Jones also recently took to IG live to plead with Omarion to “start helping financially” with their children. She claimed the singer hadn’t paid her a penny in child support in the last year.

Omarion told Harper that he and Jones are good when it comes to co-parenting. “At the end of the day, good bad or indifferent, she’s still the mother of my kids,” he said referencing her recent rant. “People go through things and people have differences in opinion.”

But while things are cool on the parenting front, Jones isn’t getting backstage passes from him for their upcoming tour. “I don’t know about all that!” he laughed.

B2k is set to start their reunion tour in the spring. Omarion however has made it known that he won’t be singing anymore material written by R. Kelly after the tour concludes.

“While I know our fans would be greatly disappointed if we didn’t perform those songs on , after the tour I am retiring those songs from my set list . I too am raising a future queen.”

Omarion spoke out following Lifetime’s explosive six-part docuseries Surving R. Kelly. Kelly produced the B2k track “Bump, Bump, Bump,” which peaked at number one on the Billboard charts for a week straight. He also wrote and produced two more songs off the group’s “Pandemonium!” album, “What a Girl Wants,” and “Girlfriend.”

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