Waka Flocka had a “no comment” when pressed about whether he is headed to divorce court with his longtime partner, Tammy Rivera.
For the past couple of weeks, Waka and Tammy have been posting cryptic messages on social media that lead many to believe they broke up.
It all started after Waka posted on Instagram a birthday post for Tammy where he wrote, “with the whole world ahead of you and I don’t see life slowing down no time soon. Happy 35th luv ?? Be free Be Happy and live today to the fullest #happybirthdayTamBlam.”
NY Post ran into Waka at an event for New York Fashion Week and tried to question him about the situation with Tammy.
When asked if the rumors of a split are true, Waka told the outlet, “No habla Ingles. No comment. It’s beautiful, next question.”
Tammy and Waka have been married since 2014 and starred on their own We tv reality show Waka & Tammy: What The Focka.
Neither has talked publicly about the rumors. On the red carpet, Waka did reveal, “Quarantine let me know how goddamn lazy I was. Quarantine let me know how complacent I was. Quarantine let me know how selfish I was. Quarantine is the first time in my life were I really discovered myself.”
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Back in March 2020, Waka was raving about his sex life with Tammy during quarantine. He told the outlet, “Come on, you know damn well we getting nasty in here.”
He added, “My mother and my mother-in-law acting like having a baby is like making a mixtape. Like, ‘When’s it gonna drop?’ ”
At the same time, Waka is also dealing with liens being filed against his Georgia home. According to court documents obtained by Radar, on July 7, the rapper was accused of owing $5,106 in unpaid homeowners association fees to Eagle’s Landing Property Owners Association, Inc. The lien was filed against his property and will remain there until paid in full.
Back in March, Waka was hit with a separate $7,452 bill from the State of Georgia related to his home. Neither debt has been paid off yet.
Interesting to note, Tammy is not listed on either lien.