Wednesday, September 27, 2023
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Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Russell Simmons Faces Family Drama on Father’s Day




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In a Father’s Day debacle, Russell Simmons finds himself in the midst of accusations from his estranged family, who claim the music mogul is a master of gaslighting and has pushed their patience to the limit, Your Content has learned.

The day started on a sour note as Russ’s eldest daughter, Ming, publicly snubbed her father and instead wished her mother, Kimora Lee Simmons, a Happy Father’s Day.

Feeling excluded from the Father’s Day celebration, Russell took to Instagram to express his frustration, blaming his estranged wife for creating obstacles in his efforts to be a present father to their children.

However, his children saw things differently and wasted no time in rebuking him.

Kimora went live on Monday to shed light on the deep-rooted issues with Russ.

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She revealed that she had long blocked him on social media, yet he persisted in posting as if they were on good terms.

Adding fuel to the fire, Russ’s daughter, Aoki, shared a series of distressing text messages exchanged between her and her father, along with a muted video of him furiously ranting during a FaceTime call.

She expressed her frustration, revealing that she has exhausted all efforts to repair their relationship.

Concerns over Russ’s mental well-being have been raised by the family, who believe he may be grappling with an undiagnosed condition.

Despite their pleas, he has shown resistance to seeking professional help.

Attempts to reach Russell Simmons’s representative for comment have been unsuccessful thus far, according TMZ.

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