Ice-T 'disrespected' by wife Coco, who apologizes about photos with another man
Ice-T recently ranted online about recently released photos showing his wife, glamour model and reality TV co-star Coco, cozying up to rapper AP.9, while she has apologized and says that the pictures were "in poor taste" and that she "disrespected" her husband.
The images were posted on MediaTakeOut on Friday and appear to have been taken at a club. They show Coco and AP.9 kissing each other on the cheek and the rapper with his arms around her as she looks at the camera.
"Coco's in Vegas. She has given me her explanation of the pics on the net from her fist weeks out there with some dude.." Ice-T Tweeted recently. "She said he knew someone in the crew from our show and would pop up where ever they would go. He also said he knew me.. I don't know dude. Regardless.. They would take Posed pics every time. Most of them disrespectful and in bad taste. She's made me look.. And feel like [expletive]."
"I say this on Twitter because there's no way to avoid the obvious misconduct of a married couple. That's it. Any more questions ask," the rapper and "Law & Order: SVU" actor added. "Don't get it twisted... I'm not happy about this [expletive]."
Coco, who is in Las Vegas performing in "Peep Show," later said on Twitter: "Ice is right,the pics I took with this man were in poor taste & I disrespected my husband however the pics were the only thing that happened. I feel so sad,the bottom line is I love Ice & I can understand why he's upset theres no excuse for my actions.I'm so s orry baby & to evryone (sic)."
Ice-T later deleted his Tweets. When asked by a fan why he did so, he said: "I said my part. No need to promote the situation."
Ice-T and Coco have been married for more than 10 years and star together on the E! reality show "Ice Loves Coco." The two appear to have reconciled since the photo controversy -- Ice-T recently promoted his wife's "Peep Show" gig on Twitter, saying: "The programs are in! Don't miss Coco in PeepShow. The show is selling out. Now till March."