Word On The Curb Nicole Murphy PAID Paparazzi To Take Antoine Fuqua Kissing Photo?!

Nicole Murphy is caught up in yet more controversy as it is now being alleged that she paid paparazzi to take the photograph of her kissing Antoine Fuqua.

According to celebrity blogger, Love B. Scott, sources confirmed that not only did Nicole call the paparazzi to take the photos — but she planned for four months and paid them to do it!!

Film executive Fuqua is the husband of Lele Rochon.The source continued to spill the tea, adding that the photos were sent also sent to Fuqua’s family before they were leaked online. His 15-year-old and 17-year-old are said to be ‘devastated’ and ’embarrassed’ by the scandal, the outlet reports. Nicole was indeed a ‘family friend,’ and their families would celebrate birthdays together when the kids were younger.

Nicole recently apologized for the kiss live on The Wendy Williams Show, but if this new information is true – there is no way her apology can be sincere.

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