Soulja Boy's anonymous ex claims she miscarried after he kicked her, sues rapper for sexual battery and assault

Soulja Boy’s anonymous ex-lover reportedly claimed that in 2015 the rapper kicked her all over her body including her stomach, which eventually led to her miscarriage


                            Soulja Boy's anonymous ex claims she miscarried after he kicked her, sues rapper for sexual battery and assault
Soulja Boy has been sued by his ex girlfriend for sexual assault after she reportedly miscarried (Getty Images)

Soulja Boy has time and again courted controversies and the rapper is once again in the news for all the wrong reasons. The ‘Crank That’ hitmaker is being sued by one of his ex-girlfriends who is holding him responsible for a miscarriage after she was allegedly subjected to domestic abuse for years. According to reports, the rapper is getting sued for assault, sexual battery and gender violence.

According to TMZ, Soulja Boy’s ex-flame has decided to stay anonymous but has filed a lawsuit under the pseudonym, Jane Doe, with an intention to protect her identity. The unidentified woman, who was reportedly pregnant with his child in 2015, shared an incident from the same year and claimed that the rapper apparently got violent and punched her in the face and chest until she could no longer stand. 

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This is not the first time that Soulja Boy has been sued by an ex-girlfriend. In another case, the 30-year-old hip-hop artist was sued by Kayla Myers in February 2020 after she accused him of kidnapping and sexual assault. In January 2021, the rapper was sued for allegedly raping his personal assistant during her employment.

Rapper allegedly kicked her all over her body

In the latest case, Soulja Boy’s anonymous ex-lover reportedly claimed that in 2015 the rapper kicked her all over her body, including her stomach, adding that she suffered a miscarriage after the attack, according to TMZ. His former lover shared another violent incident that took place in 2017. According to her, Soulja Boy, whose real name is DeAndre Cortez Way, apparently got violent and punched her in the face and breasts. The fight got so ugly that the rapper’s security had to intervene in order to break the fight. She alleged that Soulja Boy got angry as he thought she was leaving him.

In another incident related to 2018, Soulja Boy’s ex alleged that a conversation turned violent and was even caught on camera. According to reports, Soulja Boy again physically assaulted her and the incident caught on the night cameras was later aired on the WeTV network in early 2019. According to TMZ, Jane Doe also pointed out a 2019 incident revealing Soulja Boy “tightly gripped” her neck and choked her while threatening her life after she rebuffed his efforts to rekindle their relationship. She also claimed that Soulja Boy would coerce her to engage in sexual acts by threatening her with physical violence. Soulja Boy is yet to comment on the same.



 

‘When are we going to cancel him?’

The news of Soulja Boy getting sued soon hit the internet and made a lot of social media users furious. Speaking on the same lines, one user alleged, “Soulja Boy is a woman beater. He has beaten multiple ex-girlfriends to the ground time and time again When are we going to cancel him?” Another stated, “I think Soulja boy kicked her wen she was pregnant my exs used to kick me wen I was pregnant dats y i only date black men now.”

The next one posted, “These stories are becoming way to common. Why can't they be rare instances?? Ugh.” One added, “I believe because we caught a glimpse of his anger issues on marriage boot camp when he was about to hit ole girl.” One person tweeted, “Soulja boy needs to get muted if its true what his ex is saying.” 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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