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XXXTentacion's ex-girlfriend says she was kicked out of late rapper's memorial

Geneva Ayala posts her frustrations about being forced to leave the vigil on Instagram

Ilana Kaplan
Wednesday 20 June 2018 16:28
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XXXTentacion's ex-girlfriend Geneva Ayala says she was kicked out of the late rapper's memorial in Florida - and even had her flowers burned.

"They kicked me out of the vigil. So damn disrespectful. I can’t believe people are that selfish," Ayala wrote on Instagram on Tuesday. "I wasn’t even there 25 minutes and I literally got pulled away from the memorial."

She added: "I just wanted to stay. I wasn’t bothering anyone. This is unfair. I’m absolutely devastated."

The late rapper's ex-girlfriend had brought items to the vigil - including a globe and flowers - as a tribute to him, but fans burned them.

"I left those things for him… I can’t believe they’d do that," she wrote, alongside an image of burned headphones. "Where is the respect?"

Ayala had previously claimed that the 20-year-old rapper - born Jahseh Onfroy - abused her, and threatened to cut out her tongue and rape her.

Prior to being fatally shot outside of a motorcycle shop in Florida on Monday, X was awaiting trial for allegedly assaulting Ayala.

Ayala told prosecutors that she was attacked by X "every three or four days" since they met in May 2016.

According to a 142-page testimony obtained by Pitchfork, X allegedly beat Ayala in October 2016 while she was pregnant until her eye bled and her face was disfigured.

Back in 2016, Ayala had started a GoFundMe for a nearly $20,000 orbital eye surgery following the alleged abuse.

Prior to X's death, she had barely met the $25,000 goal; however, funds began pouring in after his murder, and she's since received over $34,000 in donations.

Despite the abuse allegations and the impending trial, Ayala posted a tweet saying she was "broken" about her ex-boyfriend's untimely death.

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