There’s a big difference between television and real life.

That’s what Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood’s Masika Kalysha said when she stopped by Power 106’s The Cruz Show and spoke about Fetty Wap, her child’s father.

In the last episode of the show, the "My Way" rapper actually saw the birth of his baby Khari, but he hasn’t been involved in her life since. At least according to Kalysha. “He hasn’t done anything actually,” she said. “The only changing he’s done is his personality.”

During the last episode of the popular VH1 show, the mother-of-one sent a series of tweets and explained what the audience was watching. She also didn’t waste an opportunity to send a shot at the Zoo Gang leader.

“Ya’ll tune into #LHHH tonight to see my BD lying to my face again, pretending that he wants to be a good daddy,” wrote Kalysha. “In tonight’s episode we were in a great place. We had just come from my doctors appt. and were working on our relationship for our daughter.”

“Dealing with this situation has been the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to deal with, because it’s not about my feelings, it’s about our baby … Talking about this on TV isn’t easy, but with all the lies in the blogs I didn’t have a choice,” she added.

Of course, this isn’t the first time the reality star dissed Fetty Wap, because they’ve had some pretty nasty exchanges ever since they found out they were having a child together. In fact, there most recent argument was in June of this year, when the "Trap Queen" creator said he was going to see his daughter but didn’t.

“Yeah, you’ve been on the way to see her for five days,” Kalysha tweeted. “I’m sorry that you keep getting lost. Must be frustrating … Lovely picture you posted yesterday that I didn’t want posted. You should post a recent one of you and KB together.”

Fetty hasn’t responded to Kalysha’s Power 106 interview yet but regardless, it doesn’t look like he’ll be getting along with her anytime soon, which is definitely unfortunate for Khari.

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