XXXTentacion's rapid success in music has been eclipsed by his history of abuse, including his 2016 domestic violence arrest where he faced charges of domestic battery by strangulation, witness tampering, false imprisonment, and more. In a new interview with Miami New Times, XXXTentacion's alleged victim, Geneva Ayala, opened up about the harassment and threats she's apparently received from XXX's fans since coming forward with her story.
Miami New Times writer Tarpley Hitt wrote that Ayala has been subject to cyberbullying, as XXX's fans reportedly hacked Ayala's Twitter account and deleted her Instagram account after several attempts to report her page.
But the harassment wasn't limited to social media, as fans allegedly began to follow Ayala to her job. "I can't even go to the mall or Walmart without being noticed and eyed down," Ayala told Hitt. After working at Dunkin Donuts for three weeks and experiencing threats and harassment from the rapper's fans, Ayala was forced to quit her job.