*Monyetta Shaw is responding to a NY Post article titled “I had my tubes tied for Ne-Yo, then he got another woman pregnant”, in which she is painted as being the bitter ex of the R&B crooner. NY Post claims Shaw bared her soul during the interview. Among many things, the story alleges Ne-Yo told Monyetta he would get a vasectomy after she got her tubes-tied, following the birth of their second child. He didn’t.
The article also details how, two months before their planned 2013 wedding, Shaw received a call from Ne-Yo who who said he didn’t want to be monogamous. What a shock it was for Shaw when less than a year later he was in a relationship with Crystal Renay. They are now married with a child of their own and Monyetta allegedly issued this warning. “She seems like a nice girl, but I would be worried if I were she. How does she know that he’s not going to do the same thing to her that he did to me?”
Monyetta is now blasting the Post and writer of the article, Tashara Jones, on Instagram. She says she was “misquoted” in the article and the focus should have been on her new book, “Bigger Than Me”.
The Post shared excerpts from the book, peep it below:
“Then, in 2014, when Ne-Yo released his music video for “Money Can’t Buy,” I found out that he was dating the video’s vixen, Crystal Renay, known for posting racy photos on Instagram. My world came crashing down all over again: I had tried to understand that he didn’t want to be monogamous, but then he went and found a different woman whom he was ready to be monogamous with? It hurts to see them parade their love on social media. They recently married, on Feb. 20, and Crystal gave birth to their first son. She seems like a nice girl, but I would be worried if I were she. How does she know that he’s not going to do the same thing to her that he did to me? Adding to the pain is knowing that if I find another man to love, I may not be able to start a family with him. I’m too scared to go to a doctor to find out if there’s anything they can do about it. Because I do want to get married some.”
Check out Shaw’s reaction to the NY Post piece below:
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“This week I have done some amazing press to highlight my new book Bigger Than Me that empowers women, but today I am deeply offended by the story written by Tashara Jones of the NY Post,” Shaw wrote. “For the first time, I have been misquoted and I understand this comes with the territory, however, this was supposed to be an inspirational Q&A article regarding my book.”
She called out Jones and wrote, “she chose to twist my words and write this story in first person as though I had actually written the article. This story is deceptive, misleading, and incomplete using previous history and dredging up past details that further distracts from the encouraging and motivating messages in my book, which focuses on how to move past a break up and co-parent positively for our kids because it is Bigger Than Us.”