Quavo says he hasn't physically abused Saweetie in elevator video, Internet says 'a lil tug of war hurt nobody'
Hours after Saweetie admitted to have moved past the elevator ordeal, Quavo clarifies he's never physically abused his former girlfriend
Quavo and Saweetie's breakup drama has been the highlight of the past week or so and fans of the musicians on social media have been in overdrive while following every development that is surfacing. The most explosive detail made public about their relationship is a video from an ugly spat between the ex-lovers that left everyone questioning if Quavo was physically violent towards Saweetie.
Hours after the 'Back to the Streets' singer confirmed that they had moved on from the "unfortunate incident" and had reconciled and moved past it during the course of their relationship, Quavo spoke about what happened in the video that has everyone talking. TMZ accessed the elevator footage from a building complex that starts with Saweetie leaping at Quavo trying to grab his Call of Duty gaming console. He was seen snatching it back forcefully resulting in Saweetie ending up on the ground appearing to be hurt.
Quavo denies physically hurting Saweetie
The video was out for a couple of days but Quavo maintained his silence only to clarify things in an interview that came out in the wee hours of Friday, April 2. Quavo told TMZ, "We had an unfortunate situation almost a year ago that we both learned and moved on from. I haven’t physically abused Saweetie and have real gratitude for what we did share overall."
Quavo's statement followed Saweetie's revelation where she said, "This unfortunate incident happened a year ago, while we have reconciled since then and moved past this particular disagreement, there were simply too many other hurdles to overcome in our relationship and we have both since moved on."
Fans side with Quavo: 'A lil tug of war is all I saw'
The 'QUAVO HUNCHO' artist has support pouring in from all quarters ever since Saweetie first opened up about the breakup on her Twitter page hinting that infidelity amongst other issues led to their fallout. Fans are pulling for him after his latest statement was shared on Instagram by The Shade Room, most of them saying that he shouldn't be blamed any further.
"I’m saying all he did was tussle with bags..," read a comment while another wrote, "Quavo trust us, we kno you aint physically harm her." Another user wrote, "We know, we know. A lil tug of war ain't hurt nobody!" and another blamed Saweetie with a comment that read, "Y’all needa stop playing one sided like y’all didn’t see her swing on him ... cmon now".
"Clearly the man jus made a statement neither did saweetie slander him why y’all don’t believe him??? He didn’t hit her so I’m confused lol," asked another. "Y’all gotta stop all this attacking these men nobody knows anything but them she probably aggressive asf him moving out the way from being hit is okay he didn’t want her punching on him y’all females need to keep y’all hands to ya self he could’ve cleared her a** but he didn’t ! Stop attacking him, guys can be a victim of abuse just like a woman!!!" another comment read.