We have just learnt that Justine McClure is NOT THE FATHER of sensational Youtube twins, Alexis and Ava, the adorable kids who went viral on social media. There has been a rumour about the revelation, but their mum Ami has taken to her youtube channel to confirm the truth.
In a recent video where the couple were trying to deal with the aftermath a recent racist row of Justine’s old tweets which surfaced on Twitter the past last week and got people talking.
Justin was caught in a racist remark about black people on Twitter a few years ago before he met Nigerian, Aminata Ahmed and the twin girls. Some of it offensive tweet read:
“Black people can’t say ‘ask’ but they have no trouble saying Cadillac Escalade,” Justin McClure wrote in one tweet.
In another tweet, he said black woman name their children names like “Chandelier, Lasagna, Constellation,” and “Walgreens.”
The couple afterwards shared a video where they explained themselves regarding the tweets. Ami told fans in the video,
“I met Justine in 2014.” That’s got viewers confused because the twins turned 5 on Thursday were born in 2013. The media began digging as they’re confused by the dates.
Mr McClure (Justine) is not their biological father but stepped up to take the role after the girls were one year old and he met, dated and marry Mama McClure, Ami.
Ami the mother was previously married to one Jeff Pestka. Their relationship didn’t go well and she ended up having and raising the twins on her own until they were one year old. This is when she met and started dating Justine. She has addressed to issue in hopes of stopping the rumours spreading around her family.
THE REVELATION & TRUTH
THE FIRST VIDEO WHERE AMI GAVE OUT THE SECRET
Most viewers are upset because the couple never made it clear that Justine wasn’t the biological father and most fans believed he was.
Below is Jeff Pestka, the biological father of the famous twins.
They say a father is one that raised a child and Justine had proved himself with the girls. We only wish the family made this clear to the public earlier.