Musiq Soulchild’s Baby Mama Breaks Up With Him & Moves Out?

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Musiq Soulchild's Baby Mama Breaks Up With Him & Moves Out?

Musiq’s Baby Mama Breaks Up With Him & Moves Out

It appears that Musiq Souldchild and his alleged baby mama Ashley Tiyumba Wright have split. The rumors were sparked by a lengthy Mother’s Day message by Ashley. In the message, she revealed that she and her daughter, whom she had from another relationship, were moving. While she didn’t mention the singer, it’s speculated in her comments that things didn’t go as planned in their relationship. See her lengthy IG message below.

Around 1 AM I woke up tossing and turning. For hours I was terribly uncomfortable; no matter what I did. I ate some peanuts. I drank some Kagen water. I added more pillows. I changed positions over and over. I scrolled social media and then I realized I hadn’t taken moments to breathe. I sat up, closed my eyes and took deep breaths…slow your breathing Ash

In that meditation, I begin to acknowledge and accept a few things. I was triggered by Mothers Day.

You see long are the days in which, holidays and their meanings have impacted me. Yet this Mother’s Day, this year… I was really looking forward to it. For it was a year, I had met him, he woo’d me, we moved in together, we started a family (holds belly), and I would for the first time celebrate Mother’s Day with a companion by my side.

I pictured holding hands, and belly rubs, me planning a cute meal of sorts (he isn’t the celebration type) and laughs at Shannon’s joyful, playful ways.—
Yet here I am, at my parent’s house, in a bed that gives me lower back pain, consistently shifting my mind as I courageously take on emotions and feelings that do not serve me.

I replayed how I had to pack up all of my belongings alone, and moments In which I cried on the stairs. Sometimes even in Shannons’s arms. Flashes of when I was exhausted beyond belief, barely eating, struggling to cater to Shannon…and at the airport having to maneuver SIX 50-70 lbs bags on a cart, while consistently demanding Shannon hold on to mommy as we made our way across the street. At the rental location… I cried in the car. Wiped my tears and then went to a boxing class.

Then I was reminded how when I arrived home, my mother spoke for hours in disbelief on how I was able to do all of that alone. She couldn’t stop saying, “Wow you are amazing! I don’t know how you moved all those bags pregnant and with Shannon.” I didn’t even look up at her, I responded, “I just had to figure it out. One thing for sure is if I never thought I was strong before, I know now I am. Not because it was a physical feat, but mentally. I couldn’t even cry. I didn’t have the space to. I just had to get it done.”

And then it hit me! Another lesson. You see mamas I spent so much time, looking forward to someone celebrating me, that I forgot for a moment that you have to celebrate yourself. And these last few weeks, I have had to ENCOURAGE myself. Im talking about morning chants, multiple phone calls to family and even writings on the mirrors.—
In looking back, I don’t care to focus on the hurt, but the fact that I pushed through despite the pain. So this here post is for us!—
For the times you had 50 bags of groceries on your arms because you were “team one trip” to best watch your children and not leave them unattended for too long. For the times you carried in a sleep child on your shoulder and had to undress them carefully and lie them down on the bed. For the times you woke up early to get your child(ren) ready when going to bed late because you work late, studied late, cleaned up late. For the times you spent your last on shit for your children and went without so your children didn’t have to. For the times you wanted to cry and ball up in a corner, but did not or held off because you still had tend to your Child’s well being. And for all the times you did, every single day ALONE; whether in a relationship or not. Not looking for a thank you or a good job. Or knowing no companion was going to lie down with you to comfort you.—

She does mention Musiq when responding to someone’s comment, writing:

Musiq loved what I represent and knew my brand and what I share way before he decided to even fly me around, put me on tour with him and then move all my belongings into his home. Here’s the gag even those FB topics. Such great discussions we had. I think two of them I quoted him [emoji]. Those part of the village watched him chat on IG live and snap with us and play with Shannon. Hilarious enough each pic posted of him he chose. [emoji] So ignore. I’ll just block sooner or later.

Last month, Ashley announced that the pair were expecting their first child together.

When it’s April 2nd and she still pregnant… #letthejourneybegin #excitedtodoitwiththevillage #finallyfeelsgoodtoshare #cantwaittotellyallabouttheshitshowofthispregnancy #aintnothinglikebefore #bothgoodandbad #iloveyall #mswrightsway #8weeks #godseed

Musiq Soulchild & Girlfriend Expecting 1st Child Together

She also posted a cute Man Crush Monday pic with him in April as well.

LOVE | COMMITMENT | ?? @musiqsoulchild #mcm #musiqsoulchild #mswrightsway

A post shared by Ashley “Tiyumba” Wright (@mswrightsway) on

No word on how long the couple had been dating, but on Valentine’s Day, Ashley posted the message below.

Reportedly, both Ashley and Musiq have children from previous relationships. Musiq has yet to comment or confirm having a child with Ashley.

Musiq Soulchild's Baby Mama Breaks Up With Him & Moves Out?

Musiq & Meelah circa 2014

There are also unconfirmed reports that Musiq may have reconciled with singer Meelah Williams, whom he shares a child with.

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  • ACTION411

    If true, she would be another example of why so many Black women are not marriage material.

    Musiq can now expect nothing but headache and financial pain until the child is 18 years old. He should have been smart like many other successful Black men, and found a woman from another race or better yet, not impregnated her.

    Starting a family/relationship with a Black woman is a gamble. The odds are against you.

    • DonnieMac

      Your BS is for you. It ain’t for all Black men. Not one person gives a damn about you being with another race. Many Black men want black children. They don’t go off and marry a stripper, whore, no skills, weak minded woman that will become your slave and freak, divorce your ass, take the kids and make you pay for alimony(cause you didn’t want her to work) and the kids for 18 years.You will get the HA. Take your ass somewhere, dummy.

      • ACTION411

        Your comment is a false narrative. Some might refer to it as fake news.

        The majority of Black women are NOT married because most Black men do not see them as marriage material.

        Marry a Black woman and divorce will most likely follow. During the divorce/separation, a man will immediately have their children withheld against them and will be instantly reported for child support.

        Most Black women never accept responsibility for their inability to sustain a family structure.

        Once again, marrying a Black woman is a gamble!

        • WhoAreYou?

          Your mother should have referred to you as a fake embryo and let you slide down the toilet OR scrambled that egg that was fertilize to make you and served it up to your father for breakfast… Marrying anyone male, or female of any ethnic group is a gamble moron.

          • ACTION411

            Well, I guess the truth hurts! You’re hurting! Therefore, your only defense is to hurl lackluster insults.

            You stated, “Marrying anyone male, or female of any ethnic group is a gamble moron.”

            There is a word called “inference”. Please Google it and adhere to what it stands for when reading and interpreting information. Oh, and by the way moron WhoAreYou, use the word moron when it make sense to do so or you may inadvertently reveal who the real moron is. Btw, it’s not me.

        • whose communication skills do you speak of? it does not seem like english is your first language. nothing you said made any sense, literally or figuratively. terrible use of words, racist nonsense is the least of it.

          • ACTION411

            You stated, “nothing you said made any sense, literally or figuratively.”

            You seem very confused. It’s not my use of words that have you confused. It is however your inability to digest my comment. Sit back and reread my comment and maybe, just maybe, it will be a source of stimuli.

        • DonnieMac

          You are unconsious, lost, braindead. Just because your bitterass can’t get or keep a black woman of substance, you attack them all. Foolishness. Not one person gives a damn about you seeking another race. What I said stands. All Black Kings are not like you. Crybaby, we all know what’s up.

          • ACTION411

            You stated, “You are unconsious, lost, braindead.”

            The truth is, what I stated is factual. I would use the term “delusional” to describe you. Btw, It should NOT be hard to find a quality Black woman but it is. Why waste time searching but being disappointed when you can find a quality woman of any other race much easier?

            You stated, “Not one person gives a damn about you seeking another race.”

            You care as well as all of the weave heads that have attacked me. Btw, if Black women didn’t care about Black men dating outside of their race, the gossip sites would NOT be on fire when they (Black women) find out a celebrity is dating or marrying another ethnicity. Come on now! If you’re going to defend weave heads at least attack me with something more logical.

            You stated, “All Black Kings are not like you.”

            If you’re a King, your Kingdom is collapsing and you are failing. A King will lose every-time he tries to defend a group whose actions don’t require a defense.

            Lastly, STOP up-voting your own comments. Up-voting your own comment, shows that you are a insecure follower, not a leader. Kings don’t up-vote their own comments.

            A real leader stands alone and DOES NOT need up-votes.

    • CC

      You need a snicker, better yet go take a nap. Lumping all black women in one category. I only lump a$$holes together!!! Your comment shows what a weak individual?you are. And whatever woman who is with you is weak as well!!!

      • ACTION411

        You stated, “Lumping all black women in one category. I only lump a$$holes together!!!”

        If I need a Snickers you need comprehension skills. Nowhere in my statement did I use the statement of “all black women”. You can’t have a conversation if you don’t understand what you’re reading.

        You stated, “Your comment shows what a weak individual? you are.”

        You’re like a wounded dog that’s hollering because of the pain that you feel from my statement; it hits home for you. Instead of responding to my statement with something of substance you attempted to insult me. However, I’m not insulted but rather saddened because you are the type of Black women I was referring to. Your failure as a woman has you angry.

        • Helen Landrum

          Action411, I would like to apologize to you on behalf of all African American women or should I say the majority of us. It is clear to me that you have been damaged rather it was on purpose or just life please accept this heartfelt apologize move on and not allow hate or negativity to rein. Can’t we all just get along. Let love abide

          • ACTION411

            Helen, based upon your response, you don’t have a reason to apologize; not to me. The women in the Black community who are destructive to the Black race should be apologizing. Not only apologizing, but should be working toward improvement. You as well as every Black person is damaged (male/female) when a majority of Black women systematically makes decisions that is not flattering to Black people as a whole. With all said, it very unfortunate that Black women who are working hard and making decisions for success are overshadowed by reckless ratchet other Black women. I have not given up hope but will not ignore the truth.

          • WhoAreYou?

            At least you do acknowledge their are successful black women.

          • ACTION411

            I never inferred that “all” Black women have a negative impact in the Black community. However, when a Black woman reads anything that’s perceived as negative about the subject of Black women, they become defensive. At least you acknowledged my ending statement. Thanks!

          • Amanda

            Speak for yourself, please! If you want to apologize a goofy ass nigga like this for merely existing then, you’re the fool for doing. Do NOT apologize to some dumbass nigga on my behalf! Thanks.

    • WhoAreYou?

      Go sit your mostly like non-black shit starting ass down somewhere…with that wanna try to brainwash BLACK WOMEN with that they are less than – The hater’s national anthem. When they are the standards you all sit you watches …Your LIVES by.. BLACK WOMEN YOUR BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL AND IT IS ENOUGH! for REAL MEN.

    • WhoAreYou?

      Go sit your most likely non-black shit starting ass down somewhere…with that want to try and brainwash BLACK WOMEN with that they are less than BS – The hater’s national anthem!. When BLACK Women are the standards you all sit you watches …Your LIVES by.. BLACK WOMEN YOUR BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL AND IT IS ENOUGH! for REAL MEN.

      • ACTION411

        You stated, “Go sit your most likely non-black shit starting ass down somewhere.”

        I’m Black!

        You stated, “When BLACK Women are the standards….”

        No other race is attracted to Black women. Black women should be happy that Black men accept them, but they’re not. Go figure! Hell, most Black men know that Black women are NOT marriage material. That’s why so many Black women are not married. Furthermore, that’s why Black men refer to Black women as b!tches and Hoez.

        Most Black women do not respect themselves. Instead, they’ll lay on their back, get pregnant, give birth to a child that the father did not want, refuse to allow the father to spend quality time with the child, hop on welfare, report the unemployed criminal record having father to child support (not all fathers have criminal records), and then scream that the father of the child is a deadbeat. Black women are very selfish.

        The saddest part is, successful Black women actually support the actions of Black women who consistently make bad decisions.

    • Reka Jones

      ACTION411 hey hey your so right on this. If you are a black man and you would like to do what ever you like, don’t have to answer to any woman, you can shit on the other race face and she will smile. She is excited to have that big big that her own race couldn’t give her. Yes your right. If you want a woman with no back bone no opinion and will accept all your cheating and disrespect. YES YES get another women piss on her she will still stay. No arguing. I love it. Your right

      • ACTION411

        Reka, I know I’m right! However, I would advise you to work on your reading/comprehension skills. Then, maybe then, you will be able to reply with a comment that reflects what I stated.

        • Reka Jones

          ACTION411 WHY ON EARTH ? WHY WHY would I care to spell or take time to make sure my reading or comprehension is accurate for a bird brain cunt sucker like ya self? And your far from right. You are a ididot/hater small dick cunt..

          • ACTION411

            It’s obvious that I hurt your feelings but who cares; not me. LOL!

  • DonnieMac

    I was jsut thinking about Meela. They have a son together.