On January 1, the host of No Jumper, who goes by Adam22, announced he was now X’s manager.
“I don’t have a comment on his cases except that I believe him that he didn’t beat the girl up,” Adam22 told me via Twitter direct message.
Then again, Gucci Mane pleaded guilty to pushing a woman out of a moving car in 2011, and he remains a cult-beloved figure.
When female victims are unknown, their fates have been easier for the public to overlook.
No sooner did video from the event surface than hip-hop fans started speculating about how much the flow might be indebted to an unsigned South Florida rapper currently behind bars.
“I get my dough in advance/Love is just not in my plans,” he sneered.But domestic violence, which still affects one out of four American women, may finally be different in the eyes of the public.Long after Chris Brown pleaded guilty in 2009 to assaulting former girlfriend Rihanna, calls for boycotting him have continued, despite Rihanna publicly forgiving and once again collaborating with him.Kodak Black, who, like X, is 19 and from South Florida, scored his first Hot 100 hit, “No Flockin,” just last month, in between a prison stint on drug charges and an unresolved, far more serious charge of sexual battery.Black was released from jail December 1 on a 0,000 bond.