‘R&B Divas LA’ Star Lil Mo Confirms Divorce & Reveals New Boyfriend

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Lil Mo divorce confirmed? “R&B Divas LA” star Lil Mo may have had a lot of onscreen drama with Kelly Price, but it appears she was having even more drama with her husband when the cameras weren’t rolling.

And for months now, fans of the reality show have wondered what was going on with Mo’s marriage. She took to Twitter recently to confirm that her marriage to Gospel singer Phillip Bryant is over.

She tweets (screenshots obtained by Bossip, read tweets from top to bottom):

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While Lil Mo didn’t confirm what led to the split, she did hint to fans that their questions would be answered in the upcoming season of “R&B Divas LA.”

This makes Lil Mo’s second failed marriage.

Oh, and Mo has already shown the world her new man. Check out the Instagram post below:

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  1. I thought things were good between her and Phillip. He seemed real supportive of her on the show. I hope this new man isn’t just looking for camera time.

  2. I’m not surprised. I like Mo, but she seems real immature to me. I really don’t think she’s mature enough for marriage. That’s just my two cents tho.

  3. Phillip seemed like a good dude. The fact that she’s referring to this new dude as a “hood n-gga” worries me.

  4. This is probably all just for the show! These people are desperate to keep those reality show checks coming in!

  5. How is she talking about love already with a man she’s only been with for a few months when her marriage JUST ended?

  6. This won’t end well for her. When you go from a marriage straight to a new relationship you are asking for trouble. Sounds like she doesn’t want to be alone to me. She needs to be focusing on herself and her kids instead of investing in a new relationship so soon.

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