Jackie Christie Accuses Ta’kari of Having Mental Illness + Ta’kari Claps Back
Jackie Christie appeared on The Q on Fox to promote her new play “Japanese Azteroids,” with co-star Darrin Henson.
During the interview, Jackie was asked about the recent posts made by Ta’kari made on social media, disputing the claims Jackie made on the show regarding Ta’Kari’s Go Fund Me campaign.
Not only did Jackie dismiss them, but she made a pretty serious allegation about Ta’kari Lee and let it be known that she keeps Ta’kari at a distance.
You know… I think every celebrity has someone that feels some type of way about this person. My daughter suffers from depression and I love her to death. Whatever she is going through, I can love her from a distance… and together, just not publicly. I still support her.”
Check out the interview below.
Ta’kari furiously responded after she caught wind of the interview. She posted the following on her Instagram page, captured by Fameolous:
First off, I find it wrong for you to go on TV and diagnose me with ANYTHING!! You have not been to a Dr. Appt or mental health facility with me to know anything about my health
Not even my hearing.
I totally understand being under pressure and needing a quick way to deflect an uncomfortable subject, but how do you do that by throwing me under the bus? Like I can’t respond back.
Out of respect I will always keep it classy and respectful, but taking my kindness and humble attitude for a weakness isn’t wise.
Every phony medical condition, childhood “stories”and so forth will be addressed. So if the plan is to lie me away, good luck with that.
I’m shocked at the continuation of lies and false allegations against me and my family in an attempt to discredit me. I learned long ago to be skeptical of you and anything you do, so if your mother’s day text and Thank you text for my post was for your show I would not be surprised. Hard to imagine two days later, you would blatantly state an unfounded lie, that I’m depressed and need to be loved from a distance.
If you don’t want to own up to it, don’t talk about it. “No comment” is enough.
The continued concern on who does or doesn’t do for my kids, whose lives you are not apart of, is getting out of hand, too. Then, again we can talk about the past if you want.
P.S Dad says hello!
Would u like his number or should I give him yours?
Check out the post below.