XXXTentacion Laughs Off Domestic Abuse Allegations in Scathing Instagram Videos

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XXXtentacion at iHeart radio Station 103.5 The Beat in Fort Lauderdale on May 26, 2017.

On Tuesday (Sept. 12), embattled rapper XXXTentacion fired away a slew of haymakers aimed at detractors, publications and more in a series of Instagram videos. 

In one video, the Florida MC vowed to "fuck y’all sisters in their throats" after being lambasted last week for Pitchfork's report regarding his domestic abuse allegations against a pregnant woman. 

“Y’all n----as mad?” X began. “Y’all n---as mad I’m successful? Suck my dick! Is this making you mad yet? If you hate me, are you mad yet? Are you going to go on Reddit and post really bad things about me? You’re going to make my dick even harder than it is now. I’m going to fuck y’all little sisters in their throats. I swear to God. I swear to God. Everybody that called me a domestic abuser, I’m finna domestically abuse your little sister’s pussy from the back.”

X continued his verbal assault when he suggested that he would join a feminist movement. "I think I’m going to start supporting the feminist movement,” he laughed. “Hashtag: insensitive. What I meant to say was I realized … if you want your pussy domestically abused, hit my line, and with that, XXX out. I got your auntie’s mortgage in my mouth.”

He punctuated his expletive-laced rant with a final clip which spoke about his upcoming music video. “N---as is gonna to be so fucking mad on Instagram and then they going to be talking about me all day tomorrow when I drop this fucking video,” he said. “N---as is going to be fucking mad 'cause y'all can’t ig-fucking-nore me! You’re not going to ignore me! It’s not possible! Impossible! One more thing, n---as is mad that I’m myself. N---as is mad that I’m me. N---as is mad that I wanna be me, that I don’t want work a 9 to 5, that I ain’t suck no dick to get here. Y’all n---as is mad!"

Despite the negative attention surrounding the the burgeoning star, X has quickly found his footing on the rap scene. His debut album 17 earned the No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200 after succumbing to Lil Uzi Vert's Luv Is Rage 2. Kendrick Lamar also gave the project glowing reviews on Twitter last month. 

Check out the videos below. 


#xxxtentacion bout to start supporting the feminist movement

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#xxxtentacion is dropping his first ever music video today and also says he just wanna b himself.

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