Reginae Carter and YFN Lucci have continued to make headlines as both of them discuss why they broke up. The daughter of Lil Wayne made a radio show appearance recently with her mother, Toya Wright, and the latter has co-signed her daughter’s statements that she shouldn’t date another rapper.
Toya Wright didn’t seem to be a huge fan of her daughter’s relationship with YFN Lucci
Carter was in a relationship with Lucci for a few years. The relationship got a lot of publicity because of the age difference between them. Lucci is almost 10 years older than Carter and has two children.
News of them breaking up was first announced in August 2019. For months, it was said that the couple was on-and-off, but Carter would eventually confirm that they were indeed done for good.
Right after Carter and Lucci broke up in August, Wright gave an interview to The Shade Room, explaining what she wants for her daughter. “She’s single…I mean, hey. She’s young. You live, and you learn,” said Wright.
She continued, “I just want the best for my kid at the end of the day. It’s no shade against Lucci. I wish him the best, but I want the best for her. I just want my daughter to be happy. I want her to get focused on her first and love, that’ll come next.”
On Instagram Live with Love & Hip Hop star Shekinah Jo, Carter stated that after breaking up with Lucci, she’s no longer interested in dating rappers.
The television personality spoke about her daughter’s recent relationship
On an episode of The Breakfast Club this week, Carter and Wright were both guests on the show and the topic of Carter’s split with YFN Lucci came up.
Talking about their relationship, Wright said, “At the end of the day, I want her to be happy. I don’t want her to just be out here settling, allowing guys to disrespect her. That was our issue before. And you live and you learn. You grow. And I’m so glad she matured enough to now she sees, she understands, she knows what she wants.
She explained that there is one thing that she wants to happen But whenever the right guy comes, I’m just praying that he’s respectful. Treats her like a queen and all of those things. And it’s not no rapper.”
Wright was asked if this was fair to say all of this since Lil Wayne is a rapper, she said, “No rappers. That’s enough of rappers.”
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