Who is XXXTentacion’s ex-girlfriend Geneva Ayala and what did she say about the death of the rapper – Kristen Bell Tattoos

The death of rapper XXXTentacion in Miami has forced a fresh look at a number of domestic abuse allegations against him.

And with new details set to appear in the documentary, here’s what we know about his ex-girlfriend Geneva Ayala and her relationship with the 20-year-old musician.

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Geneva Ayala stated that the rapper physically and verbally abused her during their relationship.1 credit

Who is Geneva Ayala?

Geneva Ayala is the ex-girlfriend of rapper XXXTentacion, a 20-year-old who was shot and killed in a suspected robbery in Miami, Florida on June 18.

She claimed that the artist, whose real name is Jasei Dwayne Onfroy, physically and verbally abused her during their relationship.

According to Miami New TimesGeneva is two years older than Onfroy.

The Times reported how a chaotic home life led her to move in with her grandmother at the age of 4 and then return to her mother when she was 12.

When Geneva was 16, her pregnant mom ordered her to move out after she decided to move in with her boyfriend.

Her relationship with Onfroy allegedly began after a previous ex-boyfriend posted an illegal photo of Ayala without consent.

Despite not knowing her, Onfroy insisted on getting into a fight with her boyfriend and the pair first met in November 2014.

After four intense days together, they broke up and didn’t see each other for another 18 months when their supposedly toxic relationship rekindled.

What did XXXTentacion’s ex-girlfriend say about his death and allegations of violence?

Tweeting after Onfroy’s death in 2018, Ayala wrote: “It’s disgusting that people are speaking for me.

“I don’t care that no one took care of me many months ago, I didn’t lose my life. He lost.

“It’s forever. I’m still here. How do you think I feel about it?

“Everyone expects relief or happiness from me?! No, I’m broken.”

She later claimed that she was kicked out of a memorial service for the rapper the day after his death.

Posting to Instagram, she shared a photo of the tribute she took at the scene, followed by another in which they were seemingly burned.

Ayala wrote, “THEY BURNED THE LEFT DIRT, THEY BURNED WHAT I BROUGHT FOR HIM, I AM SO CRAZY I’M SCREAMING.”

XXXTentacion was awaiting trial on charges of assaulting Ms. Ayala when he was fatally shot outside a Miami car dealership.

In an interview with Miami Mew Times released a few days before his death, Ayala recounted how she was physically and verbally abused for five months.

Ayala reportedly told prosecutors that during one fight, he threatened her with sexual assault and would attack her “every three or four days”.

She said Miami New Times: “His favorite pastime was just hitting me in the mouth with the back of his hand. It always left scars on my lips.”

The first reported incident came two weeks after they moved in together in May 2016, when he allegedly smashed her iPhone 6S after she complimented a male friend on his jewelry.

Full testimonial on 142 pages published by Pitchfork claims he threatened to penetrate her vagina with a barbecue fork and, on another occasion, held her head under running water in a bathtub.

    At the time of his death, rapper XXXTentacion was awaiting trial on charges of domestic violence.

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At the time of his death, rapper XXXTentacion was awaiting trial on charges of domestic violence.Credit: Florida Department of Corrections via Wikimedia Commons.

In one alleged fit of rage in October 2016, Ayala claims Onfroy punched, slapped, elbowed, strangled, and headbutted her with unprecedented force.

He then reportedly confiscated her phone and kept her in a room for several days before she escaped and reported Onfroy to the police.

The following morning, Sweetwater police arrested Onfroy and later charged him with aggravated beating of a pregnant victim, domestic beating by strangulation, false detention, and tampering with witnesses.

On November 27, 2017, Onfroy’s lawyers produced a document signed by Ayala stating that she would not testify against him in court, and later stated that she was too scared to do so.

Ayala later launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise $20,000 needed to repair nerve damage and a broken eye following one of the alleged attacks.

The page quickly raised several thousand dollars, including $5,000 from Onfroy himself.

But within a week, GoFundMe received reports that Ayala had misrepresented the cause of her injuries, and the site removed the page, freezing funds.

The page was later reactivated as Ayala received over $36,000 from the public.

NEW DOCUMENTARY

Later, Look at Me, a documentary released on May 26, 2022, was released with testimony from the late rapper’s family revealing details of his troubled life, including allegations of battery assault, which he publicly denied while alive.

Director Sabah Foloyan said the documentary about the Florida musician would have to confront “the good, the bad and the ugly” honestly.

Supporting Ayala’s claims, she said, “Women have no incentive to lie about allegations of violence.”

Ahead of the release of the documentary, Ayala stated that she was “maligned” by members of X’s fan base after his death.

She said daily beast: “Everyone thought you were ruining his career, but at the same time I felt like my whole life was ruined because no one cared.

“I was homeless after that, I lived in a hotel for almost a year after that. I was just trying to tell what happened. If you think I’m a liar, I’m lying.”

She continued, “How am I supposed to deal with this? I’m just one person. It was a really dark moment for me. There was no way to stop it. He had the power to do it all.”

According to the publication, the film shows photos of the then 19-year-old girl with the injuries she sustained in the alleged 2016 incident, including extensive bruising.

Ayala added, “I didn’t want anyone to go to jail, but I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t know everything would fall on him like that.”

Look at Me: XXXTentacion premiered on Hulu on May 26, 2022.

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