XXXTENTACION Apologizes To the Women that "lack of respect"

HipHop News Posted on October 20, 2017 at 9:19am

XXXTENTACION Apologizes To the Women that "lack of respect"

The Florida rapper also pledged to donate $ 100,000 for programs of prevention of domestic violence.

As XXXTENTACION the court date for his domestic abuse case inches closer, the 17 rapper is making your purpose of amendment. In an Instagram story published Friday (October 20), X issued an apology to the women that the "lack of respect" or "made to feel violated".

It is also committed to donating more than $100,000 for programs of prevention of domestic violence.

"I want to apologize to every woman who I have offended or made to feel violated by me saying that I am 'insensitive'", he wrote. "I can not take back the comment in a general statement, but I do want to say that I never tried to make a woman feel uncomfortable or in danger for my own conscious will."

He continued, "in order to show the progress in my life and the remorse of my comment to the people that support me I want to let you know, I'm going to be the donation of more than 100 thousand dollars, to domestic violence prevention programs!"

X recently signed what is apparently a lucrative recording contract with Caroline, a subsidiary of Capitol Music Group, but its rough past, it is still him.

In October 2016, was accused of hitting his then-girlfriend pregnant. Subsequently, he was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. of a pregnant woman, domestic violence by strangulation, false imprisonment and witness tampering.

After his March 2017 release from jail, he has made a handful of questionable observations about the case. More recently, he scoffed at the allegations, saying: "you are going to make my cock even harder than it is now. I'm going to fuck you and you little sisters in their throats. I swear to god. I swear to god. Everyone that called me a domestic abuser, I'm finna domestic abuse of his little sister's pussy from the back..."

X it is expected that in a court of Miami on December 11.


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