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Bhad Bhabie Releases Statement Following Domestic Assault Video

Bhad Bhabie Releases Statement Following Domestic Assault Video

Bhad Bhabie has released a statement following the release of footage in which she is seen being physically assaulted by her ex-boyfriend. On Sunday night, July 7, the rapper took to her Instagram Story to address the viral video of the domestic abuse incident involving her child’s father, Le Vaughn.

In her emotional statement, she expressed love for Le Vaughn despite the violent situation. “I love that man more than I love myself, and it’s honestly really sad. But unfortunately, this is real life. I know the easy way out is to leave, and that’s better said than done,” she wrote. Bhad Bhabie noted that Le Vaughn is planning to seek help for his anger issues. “This doesn’t happen this extreme often, but LV definitely has a problem. He’s going to get the help he needs. Right now there’s no room for mistakes. And he knows that. Whoever says they are there for me will be supportive of me no matter what I choose to do.”

She clarified that her intent in sharing the footage was not to attack him but to make him realize his faults and take responsibility. “Y’all know I give a MF hell but there’s no excuse for that at all whatsoever. My point in sharing this wasn’t to attack him, it was for him to see what he does is wrong and to take accountability and make a real change.”

The statement came just a few hours after Bhad Bhabie shared disturbing social media footage that captures Le Vaughn physically assaulting her, accompanied by photos showing the aftermath of the abuse, including a black eye and a bruised face. In her social media posts, she captioned one clip, “This man thinks he is gonna take my daughter from me!!! Say whatever you want, tryna take my baby is crazy,” and disclosed that they have been separated since May.

Bhad Bhabie and Le Vaughn became parents to their first child, Kali Live, back in March. The shared footage and Bhad Bhabie’s subsequent statements have sparked a broader discussion on domestic violence and the need for support systems for victims.

For those affected by domestic violence, help is available through the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233.

Source: NewsBreak, Instagram