After Lil Scrappy was among the first to voice concern for the teen, Antney stepped in, making sure the teen would be rescued.
“So they say She is now safe with her grandmother, amen and thank God he is absolutely real,” Scrappy wrote. “And now where is the parents let’s meet up so we all can get our frustrations off jack, that’s still ain’t right.”
Antney added, “She Is Safe Now. Thank you @reallilscrappy for helping. She’s safe now! Thank you everyone for the support. She’s in good hands. I got her! Allstate ain’t got nothing on me right now. So she is super good. She’s safe and she’s good. And people please stop making those fake pages and saying things that are really not true.”
The video of the abuse was shared on Instagram Live Sunday (September 6). The disturbing clip shows the teen, identified as Trinity, seated in a chair while she’s verbally and physically abused by her stepmother and father. During what the parents consider “court,” they repeatedly hit the child as a form of punishment for allegedly running away, lying about it and smoking weed at a stranger’s house.
At one point, the young teen attempts to run away, but her father catches her, throws her to the ground and then sits on her chest as a form of restraining her.
Antney’s history in regards to management is well-known. The founder and CEO of Mizay Entertainment, Antney broke a few notable artists from Waka to Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj.
“To make the record straight, my mother started my career,” Waka told TMZ in 2017. “My mother started Gucci’s career. My mother started Nicki’s career. [OJ da] Juiceman’s career. French Montana’s career. Lex Luger as a producer. She molded us all.”