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Monica and her ex-husband Shannon Brown had this interesting exchange on Instagram after sharing this photo


It's official, Monica and her ex-husband, Shannon Brown, are former friends.

The former couple announced their separation a few weeks ago, and the singer of "Why I Love You So Much,quot; made it clear that it was not because of infidelities.

Monica also made it clear that she has a lot of love and respect for the former basketball star.

Shannon recently celebrated his birthday, and posted an adorable photo of himself when he was a baby, and Monica filled him with love.

Shannon wrote: "11-29-1985 = 34. My mom @nbamomcoach just sent me this … it made me smile."

The diva "Before leaving my life,quot; replied: "Laiyahhhhhhhhhh 😩😂 Happy birthday Shannon Demetrius! LOL ".

Shannon told his son's mother: “You know me, you know me, eh hahaha. Thank you, Miss!

Shannon also had this message: “11-29-1985 = 34. Happy birthday to all who have the same day and sign like me. I appreciate everyone who has shown, and who gave me a legitimate love. For everyone else 🖕🏽. "#FreshOutTheShower,quot;

Monica shared some family portraits for Thanksgiving with this sweet caption: “Infinite love and optimism is what you three gave me! There is no love greater than the love I share with each of you! You are the Unconditional Love that I prayed to feel … God knew I needed you 🖤 HAPPY THANKSGIVING ”.

The singer has been sincere about the division.

She said this: "They are definitely shocked. Even more than us because we know what is happening, sometimes when they don't. In their minds, they are always trying to solve it, they are always trying to find out what happened, why and which ones. the changes may be. So, for us, my main focus was to make sure they were okay. "

She continued with: “My 11-year-old daughter asked me: Puedes Can you stop the divorce? Can you stop it I asked him: "Did you ask me that because they asked you, or do you ask why is it something you want to know?" He said: "No, it's something I want to know." Can you stop it, what does it mean, what is needed, what does it require? "So I told him the truth."

Monica added: “I wanted to know: & # 39; Since you did it, can you stop it, period? & # 39 ;, And I said: & # 39; Yes, that is within the rights of any person if that is the decision they decide & # 39 ;. "I haven't stopped him or anything, but I want you to express to me what you feel." So we had a very silly one hour conversation. "


Despite friendship, reconciliation seems very unlikely at this time.

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