It is not entirely clear, however, what did cause the split.
Ed himself merely acknowledged the split in a Facebook post, where he changed his relationship status from ‘married’ to ‘separated’ as well.
"I thank you, thank you so much for the village—my family, my friends, people who I don't even know who have reached out, who have supported me, who have sent love, who have sent blessings, who have sent words of encouragement through every way known to man," she continued during the segment.
"It's meant the world to me."In addition to expressing her gratitude, the star had a few points she wanted to clarify, particularly regarding Hartwell's ex-wife, former "Lisa Wu and I have never, will never, be friends," Pulliam said during her show.
Lisa spoke about not only her shock, but where she stands with Keisha and Ed now and we thought what she said was pretty interesting…
Today Lisa says she's cordial with Keisha and that as long as Keisha continues to treat her son nicely (which she gives Keisha props for doing), then everything will stay cordial.
"But my attorney will be dealing with that from a legal standpoint with TV one and that whole situation, Lisa Wu, so forth and so on.It's very simple, no need to say my name, because I'm not a part of it. If they are indeed a couple, the timing is rather interesting, as Wu's ex-husband Ed Hartwell recently tied the knot with Big Tigger's former long-term girlfriend Keshia Knight-Pulliam. She also took money from Father prior to the initiation of this matter.This behavior causes the Court to question Mother’s maturity and judgment.”“Father is capable of providing a stable, secure home environment for the boys where their care is not delegated to random third parties.”To sum this up, the judge felt that Lisa’s ex husband, Keith Sweat, who had been abusive to Lisa during their marriage was a better fit to parent the children than Lisa.