Love knows no boundaries. Marques Houston randomly started trending on Twitter when people started criticizing his engagement to his much younger fiancée.
On an Instagram post on June 17th, the singer/actor stated, “With all that’s going on in the world, my love life shouldn’t be a topic. But since it is let me just give y’all the facts so you don’t have to ‘allegedly’ believe or create rumors,” says the You Got Served star. He continued, “I needed to speak because this is not music or television, this is my family, my future wife and my life.”
According to Twitter, Marques knew his fiance before she turned 18.
“Can someone please explain why Marques Houston, a 38 year old geezer, is engaged to a 19 year old girl who he allegedly knew before she was 18? They announced they were in a relationship 11 days after she turned 18 last October, and now comments on the pdfile’s insta are limited.”
Houston told his fans on Instagram that he met Miya at a Jehovah’s Witness Convention in 2018. She eventually became friends with his manager Chris Stokes’s daughter, Chrissy.
“Never before then, did I even know she existed. The fact she was listed on one of our films was a misprint of someone being messy. Anyone can post on IMDB. And there’s no way someone that young could even work on a film set in the position of Art Directer because that position requires years of experience,” he clarified.
He continued saying, “ We fell in love and got engaged in March of 2019. My dad Michael loves her, and the people I am closest to all love her as well. Most importantly we have Jehovahs blessing. …And that’s the story. No twists, no turns, no scandals, just true love. There is nothing that can come to light, because there’s no darkness in my life. You wanted the truth. I don’t have anything to hide, so if you’re waiting for something else, you will be waiting forever.”
In closing, he shifted his message back to the real issues going on in our society which is the pandemic.
“Continue to fight for what you believe in, as long as it is true justice, and the fight is with love, not hate, because we all matter to God and I put God first in all things,” he added. “I love all who support me and thank you. I won’t let you down. I love y’all! Peace and Love, MH.”
Coincidentally, Raz B teased a 12-part docu-series in a since-deleted Instagram post. “The People Have spoken! Now The Time To Get “INVOLVED” #thankyouinadvance.”
The B2K singer previously accused Marques Houston and Chris Stokes of molestation numerous times and there’s no telling if the project is connected. But the announcement was timely.