Ari Fletcher is coming thru and providing another update on her co-parenting situation with G Herbo, with whom she shares Yosohn, 5. She’s previously acknowledged being in a “great space” with the rapper, and although co-parenting is still going well, she’s dishing on how G Herbo allegedly makes suggestive jokes about them being intimate again — though she doesn’t “take him serious.”
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Ari Says G Herbo Will Sometimes “Overdo It” With His Jokes
Ari shared her commentary during a recent sit-down with Yung Miami on Caresha Please, which hasn’t yet aired. The City Girls rapper got the G Herbo commentary poppin’ by asking Fletcher, “Do he still be tryna f**k you?” Oop!
In turn, she kept it coy and simply declared that her son’s father “says things.” However, after the audience responded in shock, Ari pointed out that she never thinks G Herbo is being serious.
He says things, but we’re never in a setting where [it can go down]. I think it’s a joke. Like, I don’t even take him serious.”
While she and G Herbo are “never in a setting” where anything can actually happen, she did share that she sometimes has to check him when he does “too much.”
“Sometimes, you know, if you overdo it, it’s like, ‘Okay, stop. You’re doing too much. I got a n***a.’”
Nonetheless, she reiterated, “I don’t take him serious like that.”
Ultimately, though, she acknowledged that their co-parenting set-up is continuing to go well.
“Co-parenting is cool.”
Ari Fletcher Also Shared A Revelation About Her & Moneybagg Yo
In addition to her revelation about G Herbo’s alleged “joke[s],” Ari shared some spicy commentary on her and Moneybagg Yo‘s love life.
Specifically, Ari confirmed that she and the “Wockesha” rapper have engaged in some threesomes together, including with two people Yung Miami knows.
As far as these stars’ “category,” she acknowledged, “One actor and one artist.”
However, she refused to give any more hints, as she opted to keep it classy and not kiss n’ tell!
What do you think about Ari Fletcher’s commentary, Roomies?