As XXXTENTACION awaits his October 5 court date to face charges of aggravated battery of a pregnant woman, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment and witness-tampering, the Broward County, Florida rapper took to social media to share some thoughts.
In a series of three different video rants, he threatened to “fuck y’all sisters in their throats,” joked he was going to start “supporting the feminist movement” and essentially accused people of being jealous of his success. At the same time, he claimed it aroused him to get so much negative attention.
“Y’all niggas mad?” X asked. “Y’all niggas mad I’m successful? Suck my dick! Is this making you mad yet? If you hate me, are you mad yet? Are you going to go on Reddit and post really bad things about me? You’re going to make my dick even harder than it is now. I’m going to fuck y’all little sisters in their throats. I swear to god. I swear to god. Everybody that called me a domestic abuser, I’m finna domestically abuse your little sister’s pussy from the back…”
“On some real shit,” he continued. “If you don’t like me, refer me to your auntie, so I can put my dick in her throat ’cause if y’all really think I ever gave a fuck about anything y’all be saying, y’all going to make me miserable.”
The 17 rapper’s response comes only days after Pitchfork published a scathing account of what allegedly happened between X and his pregnant ex-girlfriend over an extended period. X seems to laugh it off in another video.
“I only got one thing I really want to say … I think I’m going to start supporting the feminist movement,” he laughed. “Hashtag: insensitive. What I meant to say was I realized … if you want your pussy domestically abused, hit my line, and with that, XXX out. I got your auntie’s mortgage in my mouth.”
He also seemed to revel in the fact that his behavior could possibly help get more eyes on his first music video, the one that caused some controversy due to its inclusion of a staged hanging.
“Niggas is gonna to be so fucking mad on Instagram and then they going to be talking about me all day tomorrow when I drop this fucking video,” he said. “Niggas is going to be fucking mad ’cause y’all can’t ig-fucking-nore me! You’re not going to ignore me! It’s not possible! Impossible! One more thing, niggas is mad that I’m myself. Niggas is mad that I’m me. Niggas is mad that I wanna be me, that I don’t want work a 9 to 5, that I ain’t suck no dick to get here. Y’all niggas is mad!
“They be trying to call me like I’m not a virgin,” he added. “I’m a fucking virgin.”
In the video, it sounds like a woman is giggling in the background, although the camera stays fixed on X.
X’s brief career has been plagued by negativity. Seemingly endless chaos ensued during his Revenge Tour earlier this year, which included his infamous knockout at a San Diego show. Now, with these serious charges looming over his head, his highly questionable behavior on social media and offensive rhetoric, he’s making it increasingly difficult to separate the man from the music.