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Raymond Felton‘s life is mired in struggle thanks to a forgettable season and his wife doing her best to get him locked up on illegal weapons charges. It turns out that Fabolous added fuel to the fire by dropping dime (see what we did there?) on the New York Knicks point guard’s alleged extra-marital affair exploits. 

As reported by the New York Post, Fab’s “Cuffin’ Season” from his The Soul Tape 3 mixtape put Felton on blast.

The “Can’t Deny It” rapper hinted that Felton, 29, was playing the field behind Raymondo-Felton’s back, in his song, “Cuffin Season” with lyrics about promiscuous women he implied Felton had to end relationships with.

“4 Celtics, Knicks guard, you know Felton,” he sang. “This n—- in Atlanta AirTran her, no Delta. Been naughty all year trying to end it nicely, Summer hoes turning into winter wifeys.”

Raymondo-Felton, 26 — a Cornell graduate and Fordham law student — filed for a divorce on Feb. 18 almost two months after Fabolous’ song was released at the end of December 2013. She has not publicly accused her estranged husband of infidelity.

If this is true, how did Fab come into this info, though?

Listen to “Cuffin’ Season” below.

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