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October 25, 2019

Eva Marcille's Ex Kevin McCall Says Goodbye to Chris Brown in a Cryptic Post

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Eva Marcille’s ex, Kevin McCall, is causing quite a stir on social media after saying goodbye to Chris Brown in a cryptic social media post. He also reportedly left a similar message for Brandy.

It’s been quite a rough year for McCall, from physical assault allegations to his recent arrest, and now his behavior on social media has fans worried.

Kevin McCall & Eva Marcille at the 11th Annual "Sunshine Beyond Summer" celebration at a private residence on Aug. 31, 2013 in California | Photo: Getty Images

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McCall took to Instagram with a video showing a screenshot of his phone while playing "Rest of My Life," his 2011 collaboration with Brown. Some of the lyrics heard include:

"Might have to go away tonight/Cause I got a feeling, my days are numbered/This might be the day I close my eyes for eternal sleep/No more waking up to Sunday mornings now/Live to learn, learned a lot/Tonight, I'm clocking out."

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As the clip played, text notifications, presumably from McCall’s friends, also came in. "Sounds like to me you say you’re tired of living," one message read. "Nah bro, that ain’t the way," another said.

As though those weren’t enough, McCall’s caption seemed to suggest something was wrong with the R&B singer. "[Chris Brown] deuces baby bro," he wrote, referencing Brown’s 2010 song on which he was featured.

"I always loved you," McCall added. "If you remember I ever said, just remember: Make the best Decisions."

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GOODBYE TO BRANDY

Per Hot New Hip Hop, McCall also sent a similar message to Brandy in a now-deleted post where he also included a wilted rose emoji.

"Call me I wanna say goodbye," he wrote to the Grammy winner as seen in a screenshot captured by The Jasmine Brand. "If not, 'I really did love you it was Genuine wild and free' Asé."

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FANS REACH OUT

McCall’s posts have left fans wondering what might be wrong with him, and many tried reaching out via the comments of his Chris Brown post.

McCall’s ex, Marcille, has also been vocal about suffering physical abuse at his hands even while she was pregnant

"Hold your head up, Kev," one fan encouraged while another asked: "Can somebody go check on him? This cant be taken lightly."

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A third Instagram user shared their experience with suicide while offering kind words to McCall:

"My Cousin took his own life and while [I don’t know] the pain you feel, tomorrow is another day. Suicide hurts more people when you’re gone. You won’t be here to see just how many people care and will do anything in their power to keep you! [I don’t know] you but choose life."

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LEGAL TROUBLES

According to The Blast, McCall was recently charged with domestic violence and faces up to one year in jail if found guilty. A hearing has been scheduled for later this year.

In April, the "Yo Chick" crooner was arrested on domestic violence charges in Los Angeles over an incident that allegedly took place in January. He was released from jail after posting a $75,000 bond.

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RELATIONSHIP WOES

Per HNHH, McCall was again arrested last month for trespassing in California after he fell asleep outside, and the cops thought him to be homeless.

McCall’s ex, Marcille, has also been vocal about suffering physical abuse at his hands even while she was pregnant with their now-five-year-old daughter Marley Rae.

The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star is now married to husband Michael Sterling, with whom she shares two sons, Michael Jr. and Maverick. Marcille also legally changed Marley Rae’s surname from "McCall" to "Sterling."

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