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"Let's start posting my records with these violent claims," McCall urges. "If you can do that then you can mute me like R. Kelly."

Rapper and producer Kevin McCall is lashing out at ex Eva Marcille over the stalking and abuse allegations the model made against him on Sunday's "Real Housewives of Atlanta."

During the episode, the "America's Next Top Model" Cycle 3 winner was forced to address several rumors involving her and her husband, attorney and politician Michael Sterling. Among the claims -- that Eva's bridesmaid and former friend, Seannita, told cast friend Marlo Hampton -- were that Eva's a "fraud," that Mike's also broke, that her credit is so terrible she has to rent their home in someone else's name, and that they have to move from their Atlanta townhouse immediately because they're being kicked out.

Eva stormed off set when she was told what was being said about her but returned at the suggestion of NeNe Leakes to regain control of the narrative. Eva told her castmates the reason for the constant moving was her "abusive" ex who stalks her everywhere she goes. Eva said she's had to get protective orders against him and that the FBI's had to get involved to help keep him at bay.

"I still feel a sense of threat. I have had to move five times, and I still feel a sense of uneasiness. He's just so petty sometimes," she said to her co-stars. "I've walked outside of my balcony before, and he's been standing in the dark. And it is the scariest feeling ever. Every time I move, he finds me. Because of that, I live in multiple places. Safety is a priority for me."

A day after the episode aired, Kevin retweeted several messages claiming his innocence and bashing Eva for spreading "lies."

"Trust me, I'm not perfect. I had anger issues!" he admitted. "I've completed anger management to deal with being [alienated from] my children and how to stop playing the victim so that I can control my situation and the overall outcome. My entire family misses the girls (have empathy for them at least)."

"Show me the Eva Marcille documents," he continued. "I'll wait. It's public knowledge, right? Let's start posting my records with these violent claims. If you can do that then you can mute me like R. Kelly, but I'm starting to feel we both victims of a modern witch hunt (and n----s is the witches)."

Kevin went on to joke about Eva and Mike's rumored financial struggles, writing, "That rent due and ole boy ain't winning no elections, so the money funny. Tag me in when y'all ready. I'll wait. I can bail the whole family out 'again,' but pride comes before the fall. Too much pride and ego (and lies). That's the worst part, the compulsive lying. It's gross."

"It's sad when she gotta keep using my name for her storyline," he added. "If I was the husband, I would be like, 'Real Hoe of Atlanta, is you out your mind, or is you still obsessed with your child's father? Why is he in our storyline so much? Ain't I enough headline for our relationship?'"

Among the messages Kevin retweeted was one claiming Eva was mistaking her ex trying to see his daughter for stalking. "Bingo!" he said in response.

Eva has long accused Kevin of abusing her during their relationship, which ended in 2015, a year after they welcomed daughter Marley Rae. Eva currently has full custody of Marley.

Kevin has long denied abusing Eva, although he did admit to partaking in a dispute that led to her filing a restraining order against him in 2014. "It was a regular argument like men and women have. You know, whoever calls the police first, the other goes to jail, as Mike Epps would say," Kevin told Vlad TV in 2015.

Eva has not yet replied to TooFab's request for comment.

"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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