– Are you having second
thoughts now about bringing Monster to Huntsville? Absolutely. Hm. I’m not saying he
doesn’t need his dad. Of course he needs his dad. But his dad is there. His dad is present. He’s there. I mean, he’s not in the home. But he’s there every opportunity
that he can, he’s there. So I’ve never tried to
take that away from him. However, I didn’t feel
that he should take that away from me, as well. OK. Maurice, how do
you feel about her having second thoughts about
moving Monster to Huntsville? I don’t think that that’s
fair considering the father that I am. Tell her. I don’t think it’s fair. Right. But you’re looking at
it from your standpoint. I– I– that’s– You’re not looking at it as
if [INAUDIBLE] were to sit here and say the stuff
that she said on TV, that he didn’t want
to be a parent, or he said he didn’t–
he didn’t feel like he wanted to raise another child.
– Alone. – Or if–
– I’ve never said that. – Alone.
– I’ve never said that. – The key word is alone.
– OK. Alone.
Whatever. So– or if he said that if he
had a major issue with you– You act like you haven’t given
me a reason to have an issue. You keep acting like I came
up with this by myself. What have I done to you? – All of this stuff!
– What? Are you kidding me?
– What have I done to you? Why do you keep that? What have I done to you? You’re taking about– Kiowa, you have been ill
towards me from day one. You’ve never had a nice
thing to say to anybody. Maybe there’s people you don’t
think are going to tell me what you say, and then when
Maurice even addresses it, you say, well, I
said that in private. No, no. Just because you
say it behind my back doesn’t mean that
you don’t say it. First of all, why– why
wouldn’t I think that? You think I’m going
to trust them? – I’m saying–
– That’s your people. Why would I– How are you going
to sit here and acting like you didn’t say nothing.
– Whatever. – But I don’t–
– The reason we’re here– Saying something?
That’s what the problem is? The reason we’re here– Because of
something I’ve said? That’s the problem? You’ve– yes.
You constantly disrespect me. All right.
OK. All right.
– You constantly disrespect me. I haven’t disrespected you.
I haven’t disrespected you. And for years he’s let you– I’ve– I’ve not– –because of this–
because of this moment, when you say, I’m thinking
I might change my mind. That’s why he’s let you
disrespect me this long. Mm. OK. This is the problem. This is the problem. Before television,
and on television, Kimmy’s never said
anything negative about Kiowa, except
for I’m not going to keep getting disrespected. That’s it and she
said, I’ve gotten– [APPLAUSE] I’ve got taken to task
for years about this. And it’s an uncomfortable
situation to be in, just to try to parent. And I’m saying that,
right now, this is a responsibility that God
gave me and I cherish it. Like, when I wake
up in the morning, and I see my son every day? Do you understand how
that makes me feel? [SNIFFS] Mhm. I’m happy every single
day I see him, man. I sure do. For real. Because I– I do the same thing. [APPLAUSE] Well, wait a minute. Well, Kimmy made
it very clear when she was speaking with you
that she wanted for her to be able to move forward. She wanted an
apology from Kiowa. And you said, I’m not sure
you’re going to get what it is that you’re looking for.
– I don’t– What– what is
it you want Kiowa to apologize for specifically? I am a person of
ownership, period. And when you own it, you
say, damn, I’m sorry. I’ve been in her place. I know everything. I’m a single parent. I don’t have to keep proving
to her that I get it. I don’t have
anything against her. I love her kid. And I don’t have one
single thing against her. We fight because I try
to help him understand the position as a mother. They haven’t even been to court. I had a police officer
knock on my door and give me papers to go to
be full custody with his dad. He’s trying not to
do that with her. He’s doing the best he
can not to go to court. And I’m in her corner. And she just can’t
[BLEEP] see it. And I don’t get that. [APPLAUSE] Kiowa. Yeah. Come on. They’re trying. He’s stepping up to
do what a lot of men don’t do when they move
on with their lives. And then she’s a
willing participant. She loves your son. And it feels like, from
the outside looking in, that you’re resisting. And– and I think it’s
time for you to let it go. Just let it go. Do you think you can
apologize to Kimmy– Yeah, if she can
tell me what I– –for what has been
said so far so that you guys can move forward? What have I said? You got to own it. Mhm. I will. Whatever I said. – Kimmy?
– I’m good. Kimmy. No, no. I’m good. Kimmy, what about– I’m good and that’s the truth. That’s the truth. That’s the truth.