Al B. Sure took to social media on Monday and shared an eyebrow-raising post.
The seasoned R&B crooner from the late 80s shared video of himself weeping on the day he got the news about Kim Porter‘s passing.
In the clip posted on his Instagram page, Al is riding in a car weeping as his 1988 single, “Oooh This Love Is So…” plays.
Things get even more interesting in the caption of the video, where Al B. Sure stated Kim was “murdered.”
I do know very clearly that #Kimberly didn’t just check out all of a sudden over neumonía. That’s some bull sh**. Really?
Al went on to add:
This is where I get in trouble. We just celebrated our son @Quincy’s new deal and Christmas special with @Netflix, and she was in fantastic health as well laughing seeing me and @Diddy’s mutual exchange at the theater. I’m going to leave it here.
See the original post and video below:
Al has deleted the video, but here’s a snippet courtesy of Toxsique:
Kim Porter passed away on November 15, 2018, after suffering flu-like symptoms for several weeks.
Al B. Sure is the father of Kim’s eldest son, Quincy Brown.
During an episode of “Unsung,” Al B. Sure revealed the lyrics he penned for Jodeci‘s timeless classic, “Forever My Lady” were about Kim, who was pregnant with their son at the time.
Sending up prayers for all of Kim’s loved ones.