Is rapper Talib Kweli involved with porn star Sara Jay? Internet erupts with speculation

The rumor mills are also accusing the one half of the Black Star duo of having a history of being involved with strippers and porn stars


                            Is rapper Talib Kweli involved with porn star Sara Jay? Internet erupts with speculation
Sara Jay and Talib Kweli (Getty Images)

Talib Kweli's trouble with social media seems to be neverending. After he was engaged in a two-week Twitter feud with a Black woman, whom he angrily accused of being a colorist, the hip-hop star quit Twitter. However, Twitter, or rather, Twitteratis have not given up on him yet. On July 26, the social media platform was abuzz with rumors of him allegedly sleeping with porn actress, Sara Jay.

How and why this particular rumor started isn’t clear. The rumor mills are also accusing the one half of the Black Star duo of having a history of being involved with strippers and porn stars. The alleged troubles in his marriage were also doing the round for quite some. Almost a decade back, his wife and his public brawl were in the news.

In 2010, Billboard had reported that Kweli made a joke thanking the sponsor, Hennessey, for paying for his wedding in 2009, saying otherwise he wouldn't have got married. The party later carried on in a private room. When his wife (DJ Eque) saw him chatting and being friendly with other women, she flew off the handle. She went at him and they were almost wrestling before they fell back on a table, smashing some glasses. Security then asked them to leave, and they carried on the argument outside as they got into their car. Though their current relationship status cannot be confirmed.

As usual, Twitter didn’t let go of this chance and began giving their (to an extent crass) ‘opinion’. A Twitter user said, "All Talib Kweli stupid a** had to do was nothing. Lmfao literally nothing. Now we all know you’re separated, got a kid with a side chick, and f**ked Sara Jay in a 2 week period." And once Jay’s name surfaced, Twitteratis went bonkers. One said, "Wait, streets saying 1/2 of Black Star smashed Sara Jay?" Another mocked, "Talib Kweli hit Sara Jay before ME???? ME??? TAKE ME AWAY."

Some even said, "Talib Kweli really tapped Sara Jay. No wonder why that ---- been tweakin." A Twitter user said, "Wait so now dudes is on this app chasing the ghost of Talib Kweli. All whilst pretending they wouldnt ---- Sara Jay if they had the chance. This app is a big joke is anybody honest on here.”

As reported by Vulture, more than two weeks after he allegedly harassing a 24-year-old woman on Twitter, Kweli is no longer on the social media platform. As of July 23, the account @TalibKweli "doesn’t exist", its page shows. Kweli maintained on Instagram that he "left @twitter for the greener pastures of @patreon," but many suspect he was suspended for harassment. Beginning on July 6, he targeted Maya A Moody for replying to a tweeted list of Black rappers who married Black women, pointing out that many of them married light-skinned women. In the days since, Kweli sent hundreds of tweets about Moody, even prompting her to put her account on private for a period. Kweli’s followers have sent her death threats, she said in a Twitter statement on July 16. Kweli has since been active on Instagram and has been posting about his activities regularly.

As reported by MEA WorldWide (MEAWW), in mid-March during the height of the coronavirus lockdown, Jay was trending on Twitter. Her name wasn’t trending because of the increased rates of consumers watching porn but for former president Barack Obama being one of the adult actress' followers and the internet just couldn’t get enough of it. The revelation came when one of the Twitter users checked Jay's followers' list and realized that Obama was following her. Since then, there was no turning back. This piece of information was shared on social media for countless times and people since then have taken to social media to share their thoughts on the same.
 
MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) cannot independently verify and does not support any claims being made on the Internet.

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