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Moriah Mills continued her online assault against cheating boyfriend Zion Williamson for knocking up another woman.

A furious Moriah called out Zion for getting his other girlfriend, Ahkeema, pregnant.

“I genuinely loved you,” Moriah wrote in one tweet. She also begged him to get a DNA test to prove Ahkeema’s baby is his.

In new tweets over the weekend, Moriah, 32, posted screencaps of Snapchat text messages that show Zion paid her a monthly allowance of $107,000.

In other tweets, she demanded that he continue paying her allowance and lease a condominium for her like he promised.

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In one Snapchat exchange, a desperate Zion seemingly apologized to Moriah for fathering a child with Ahkeema. “I’m sorry it happened,” he allegedly wrote before begging her to stop posting his business online.

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ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith ripped Zion for embarrassing the league which is still reeling from the Ja Morant controversy.

Smith implied that Zion was slow to return from a sports-related injury because he was busy pursuing Moriah.

Smith said:

“Man, you only played 29 games last year! And you missed the season before that! What the heck is taking you so long to get healthy? Well, now I know!”

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Zion has only played in 114 NBA games since he was picked No. 1 overall by the Pelicans in 2019.

Coincidentally, Zion met Moriah soon after he was drafted in 2019. His game has been off ever since.

Zion has not commented on his personal drama so far.

However, his stepfather, Anderson Lee, showed public support for Zion at an event to announce Zion’s foundation donated $250,000 to Jefferson Parish Schools for uniform costs for school children.

“That’s my son and I love him,” Lee said as the 22-year-old stood in the background hanging his head in shame.

Lee continued:

“Believe half of what you see and nothing you hear. That’s all I want to say. I stand by my son one hundred percent. I wasn’t always where I am today.”

Lee also quoted a bible verse from 1 Corinthians 13:11.

“When I was a child, I walked like a child. I talked like a child. Did childish things. But when I became a man… when I understood — God blessed me.”