Fabolous Blasts TMZ For Alleged Reports He & Emily B Split Up


Fabolous and Emily Bustamante have had a rocky relationship these past years that have spawned a load of rumors including the latest allegations that the couple has called it quits.


TMZ  broke the news that the Brooklyn rapper and  Bustamante, who share two children together, recently called it quits on their relationship after over a decade of dating.


Along with the report Fab was pictured sitting opposite an unidentified woman during lunch at a Mexican restaurant in New Jersey last week.








Contrary to the reports Fab quickly made way to social media and denied the breakup, writing on Instagram, “I never said I split up from EMILY. I love EMILY Bustamante!!!

We are a couple working on our relationship. That @tmz story & blogs are LIES,” he added, before clarifying the identity of the women he was supposedly on a date with.


@TMZ posted a lunch I had wit a female teacher & said I was on a date & added a bogus story that I cut off or spit from EMILY.”


He continued, “This is Defamation of Character!!!! I’m going to reach out to my lawyers to take action!! This is Baseless and affecting my likeness, my character & MY FAMILY.”


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Fabolous would later hit up Instagram LIVE to set the record straight once and for all.


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In 2018 three years after the birth of the couples son, Fabolous was arrested for allegedly assaulting Emily during an incident that was captured on surveillance camera.


The Brooklyn native was accused of punching Emily several times, knocking out her front teeth and threatening to kill her, as well as threatening her family members.


Fab was indicted on one count of domestic violence with significant bodily injury, two counts of threatening to kill, and one count of possession of a weapon.


The rapper faced up to 20 years in prison, but later accepted a plea deal that meant he had to complete a domestic violence program.

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