Jackie Christie Speaks On Ta’Kari Lee
The extremely messy mommy-daughter beef between Jackie Christie and Ta’Kari Lee is apparently far from over. In between laying into Evelyn Lozada on The Breakfast Club, Jackie Christie took some time out to reveal what’s really going on between her and her daughter.
During the interview, Jackie remained adamant that she’s been in constant contact with her daughter who acts cordial on the telephone but then lashes out online.
Furthermore, Jackie says that the GoFundMe for Ta’Kari’s son that was injured at daycare was a complete farce. Sorry Evelyn!
On when Ta’Kari started lashing out:
“Probably right around when she started having kids and being with this guy she’s with. She wanted more. He wants more, ‘Well your parents got this. Why they ain’t buy you a Range Rover? Why they buy you a Toyota?’”
On why Ta’Kari is estranged from her:
“It’s her choice, I love her Charlamagne, I love all my kids. I’ve always spoiled them.”
On Ta’Kari not needing the GoFundMe for her injured son:
“She didn’t need money,” said Jackie. “The daycare was paying everything, they were at fault. I love my grandson, they’re making it like it’s me and they’re attacking. I”m not gonna ever donate to a GoFundMe when you can call me and I can go to a Western Union or Cash App you like I’ve been doing for 28 years.”
Possibly the most shocking claim of all is when Jackie claimed that the $19,000 that was raised for Ta’Kari’s GoFundMe to help her injured child actually went to marijuana and tennis shoes for Ta’Kari’s friends. Jackie’s adamant that Ta’Kari didn’t even start the GoFundMe herself.
“She ended up with $19,000 or something like that. I heard that it went to tennis shoes and weed. She got it and everybody else got it. That’s what huryt my feelings, I would never mislead the public. It wasn’t theirs, it was them [her friends] that spent the money. It didn’t really go to my grandson.”
Now this is a mess! Do YOU believe that Jackie’s daughter blew the money on weed and shoes???
More of Jackie’s interview on the flip.