With accusations flying back and forth between Keshia Knight Pulliam and Ed Hartwell, Big Tigger is here with a very simple message.
And it goes something like this:
KEEP ME OUT OF IT!
Over the past several days, Pulliam has been in the news for the most awkward of reasons.
It all started when Hartwell filed for divorce after just seven months of marriage, including with his legal documents a demand that Pulliam undergo a paternity test.
Yes, The Cosby Show alum is expecting a child and Hartwell isn't certain that he's the father.
Like we said: awkward!
Pulliam has since spoken out and said she never cheated on Hartwell, that he is most definitely her impending baby's daddy and that, in fact, Hartwell cheated on HER!
There's been a lot of ugly back and forth that has made it pretty much impossible for us to enjoy any future viewings of The Cosby Show.
So, what does Big Tigger have to do with this mess of a relationship?
The TV host and radio personality dated Pulliam from 2012 through 2015 and went on record during his radio show this morning.
"There's been lots of conversation and innuendo suggesting that I might be the father of someone's child," he said on air, adding for clarity's sake:
"There is...zero percent chance that the child that is being alleged might be mine, is mine."
And how can Big Tigger be so certain?!?
"[I] could not have impregnated a female that I have not spoken to nor seen...since our breakup," he said.
"Any insinuation, speculation, intimation or rumor of me being the father of that young lady's beautiful child...[is] just not true."
Oh, okay then. There we have it.
Again, Pulliam is NOT the one spreading these rumors.
She insists that she's been a faithful wife.
Hartwell, meanwhile, admits that he has no proof of Pulliam getting porked by anyone else over the past few months.
But he says she did disappear for a few days after he confessed to still having feelings for his ex-wife. He also says Pulliam was baby-obsessed and that was the basis for their split.
At some point, we hope these two get on an amicable page because a child is about to come into the world under their care.
Although it's obvious by now that it won't be under their mutual, spontaneous care. There's no reconciliation in the cards here.
"I have no desire to continue to be married to him," Pulliam said on her podcast last week.