Yella Beezy Ex-Girlfriend Spazzes Following Rape Charges

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Collin County, TX – Dallas rapper Yella Beezy was arrested on sexual assault and child endangerment charges earlier this month. But don’t expect any sympathy from Beezy’s ex and the mother of one of his children, Alias Justdee, who made it clear on social media just how little she cares about his current predicament.

On Tuesday (November 16), Justdee shared a PSA to her Instagram Stories and explained why she wouldn’t be supporting him amid his latest legal woes.

“Don’t come to my page with that b.s because I’m not about to take up for a man that cheated on me with a big nasty sex worker!” she wrote. “They both knew exactly what they was doing! Y’all men gone learn what’s done in the dark will come into the light!

“I’m just always tired of always being attach to mess that don’t involve me I work, be a mother and go home! Repeat in that exact same order!”

According to TMZ, an unidentified woman went to the hospital to report an alleged rape in April. She claimed Yella Beezy hit her up on Instagram asking if she was looking for a new friend. They eventually linked up for a dinner and bowling date but once she went back to his place, she said that’s where things got out of hand.

During a game of cards, Beezy asked her for a shirtless massage and once she was finished, he allegedly jumped on her and pulled up her dress. After repeatedly telling him “no,” she claimed he inserted his penis into her vagina anyway. Judging by Justdee’s comments, she believes the story is fabricated but still refuses to show her support for the father of her child.

“It saddens me to see how people lie to ruin people reputation but at the same time I’m not standing up for nobody who couldn’t be loyal to me!” she added. “This is definitely an eye opener and I hope it’s for many you men/women especially when you have something solid at home!”

Yella Beezy was reportedly arrested in Collin County, Texas on November 5 and charged with felony sexual assault and felony abandoned endangered child, along with a misdemeanor for carrying a weapon.