Things are not looking good for The-Dream.
Yesterday, TMZ got their hands on photos of his baby mother’s injuries, which she claims are the result of an alleged domestic dispute that occurred while she was pregnant in April 2013.
The pictures are horrifying. They show Lydia Nam with huge bruises on her arms, and scratches on her face, and all while she is visibly pregnant.
Now, the superstar producer is responding in his own way via his Instagram page.
Posting a photo that shows the definition of the word “con”, The-Dream included a long message to his fans and followers in response to the situation:
As my mother would say “you’ve taken my sweetness as a weakness” I feel sorry for whoever has to live without Love in their heart. Yet I might smile to keep from crying, that hurt isn’t caused by one thing or one person it’s caused by the others who choose to speak at me as if I am worthless. I gave my whole life to all of you through myself and others. I have sang you to sleep, I have sang at your weddings, I’ve empowered women through words and through others, on top of that my LOVE for the woman period is infinite, my only fear I carry is my Mother Reva M Nash looking down on me and being a shame of me. If I have no life outside of music it’s because I’ve given almost everything to you, I would give any and everyone the shirt off of my back. Retain the sympathy I picked this life so I am fine with the non sympathizing , I am blessed and I have seen things others can only dream of and I know I am fortunate. My mind and heart is clear and I will not retreat and I will not Kneel to the face of Injustice .When the light shines on these days in the near future I will welcome you all back with open arms so you can understand what love is. I’ve already forgiven you. #FreeDream #black #under-attack#CONSIDERTHESOURCE #LOYALTY #PROONYX
The-Dream has previously claimed that Lydia was doing this all in an effort to stay in the country, since her visa is set to expire soon, which would force her to move back to Canada. Crime victims who are needed in the prosecution of their perpetrator are able to obtain special visas that will allow them to stay.
Lydia says she kept her mouth shut for 7 months before filing an official police report, out of concern for her safety.
SOURCE: NecoleBitchie | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram
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