By Carla St. Louis
If the Internet has taught us anything it’s that Lil’ Reese is not above beating a girl. Like, literally–in the illustrious words of Lil’ Scrappy–he’ll put dem paws on you. But I digress.
Although Chief Keef’s homie initially responded with an unapologetic
meh Tweet to his violent actions caught via cell phone: “The haters tryna see a mf Dwn lol Dey gotta b broke and bored wanna upload sum shit from years ago damnn we winnin it’s 2 late…,” the young’n recently had a change of heart–most likely due to pressure from his label and the accompanying backlash from it.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Exhibit A of the most contrived and engineered apology this side of any remarks flowing from Stevie J’s mouth:
Alrighty, than. Who else is loving his jaded reasoning for violence against women?
Through a posted statement on her Facebook account, the young girl, a Chi-town native by the name of Tiarah Marie, affirms the assault occurred last year despite Lil’ Reese claiming it occurred “years ago.” Through which I ask, “What difference does the timeline make? YOU ATTACKED A GIRL!”
But perhaps I’m trippin’ because Tiarah Marie is so over it referring to the incident as “old and dumb.”
Although she did share this gem to say about a dude who clocks females: “A nigga who fight females is one themself.” Speak the truth and shame the devil. Read below to view her statement in its entirety.
Since the alteraction was shown online, the reactions to the shocking video have spewed open letters from rightfully outraged women and on-air blasts courtesy of Hot97.
What’s your two cents on Lil’ Reese’s apology?
- Lil Reese Caught Assaulting Woman In Video Clip
- T.I.Releases New Video “Wit Me” ft. Lil Wayne – Watch Now
- R&B Singer Miguel Smashes A Girls Face During 2013 Billboard Awards Performance
- How Kanye West,Kim Kardashian And Amber Rose Relationship Affected The “Yeezus” Album
- Kanye West Performs “Black Skinhead” And “New Slaves” On SNL – Watch Now