We all know how crazy celebrity fan bases can get— but dis tew much!! XXXTentacion faced criminal charges from his 2016 domestic assault case, but after Spotify temporarily removed his music from the app last month his fans went after his alleged victim.
His victim, Geneva Ayala, told Miami News Times that the fans stalked her at work, took photos of her and attempted to follow her home. The chaos forced her to quit her job at Dunkin Donuts after working there for just 3 weeks.
Ayala told MNT, “I can’t even go to the mall or Walmart without being noticed and eyed down.”
Ayala’s Twitter account was reportedly hacked and taken over by an impersonator that tweeted only about XXXTentacion. The fans also reported several of her Instagram posts and eventually had her IG account deleted.
To make matters worse, Ayala’s GoFundMe campaign was shut down after fans reported it for fraud. The fund, which raised over $12,000, was supposed to pay for medical expenses related to the injuries she suffered from XXXTentacion. After reviewing her case… (READ MORE)… GoFundMe reactivated her account.
The reactivated campaign has made $20,776 as of this morning.
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