Kordell Stewart has responded to allegations that he abused ex-wife Porsha Williams throughout their two-year marriage. 

Earlier this week, Williams stopped by Access Hollywood and revealed that her new song, Flatline, mimicked the physical abuse she endured in her relationship with Stewart. 

"The video ["Flatline"] does touch on domestic violence and some abuse I encountered in my marriage," she said about the song. "It's not exact to what I went through, because, honestly, what I went through was a little bit worse in some instances."

In an interview with Radar Online, Stewart said that while he sympathizes with Williams, her latest allegations are not true, saying that his number one priority is to be the best dad to his son, Syre. 

"I divorced Porsha," Stewart explained."Her latest claims of physical and mental abuse are false. I completely deny all accusations. It's ludicrous. I'm focused on being a single dad and raising my son."

He went on to say that the claims are just bogus and it's her plot to stay in the limelight. 

"It is obvious she is really struggling in many different ways. I wish her well," Stewart said about his ex-wife.

"The most recent untruths by Porsha is her attempt to keep her name in the bright lights. Her current behavior has nothing to do with me."

During her interview, Williams said that Stewart even admitted to hitting her during the divorce process. 

"We had to sit in deposition hearing, and he didn't deny it," she revealed. "A lot of women who are in situations like I was in, I wanted to make it better. I was praying every day. I was cooking. I was smiling. The outside appearance was as if nothing was happening. Even though you're being abused, you still love that person, you're just trying to love them through it. And you're trying to pray them through it and you're not realizing that you can't change a person, they have to change themselves."