Malik Beasley's estranged wife Montana Yao is denying she's taking the NBA star back after he allegedly stepped out on her with Larsa Pippen.
The 22-year-old model took to her favorite place -- social media -- to air out the former couple's dirty laundry, just hours after putting Larsa on blast.
Montana, who shares a son with Malik, said she's not taking him back but is happy to finally receive a public apology.
"Some of y'all really trippin. Who said we back together? Or I took him back?" she wrote on her Instagram Story Tuesday.
"Lmao just cause I said my son and I appreciate an over due [sic] apology? Y'all some weirdos fr and don't want to see a successful co parenting situation??" Montana continued.
She also didn't hesitate to slam Malik for his straying.
"Y'all coming at me as if I haven't publicly and privately gone off on this man these past few months," she added.
Montana also addressed her very public feud with Larsa Pippen.
"Talking about I'm coming for the wrong person. Nah I said what I said to ol girl and it was long over due," the model wrote.
Changing the subject, she turned her focus to her fans.
"Other than that I love y'all who been supporting me throughout this whole thing," Montana said.
As Radar reported, she called Larsa "old," "desperate," and "thirsty" on Monday, just days after Malik issued a public apology for their alleged affair.
Saying his "head wasn’t were it was supposed to be," the basketball player begged for his estranged wife back and for the life they used to live as a happy couple with their child.
Following his diss, Larsa posted a clown emoji on Instagram.
Radar has exclusively learned that Larsa isn't tripping on Malik's jab because she's just signed on as a cast member of The Real Housewives of Miami reboot.
We're told she's "super excited about her next chapter," especially now that her estranged husband Scottie Pippen is behind the reality show move.