YouTuber Threatened & Accused of Lying by the Male YT Star Who Assaulted Her
Victims of violence, especially women, often have a hard time coming forward about the crime because of fear that people won’t believe them. Gabrielle Hanna, better known as The Gabbie Show on YouTube, has proof that fellow YouTuber RiceGum (his real name is Bryan Le) physically assaulted her at a party, but the 20-year-old is still threatening her AND calling her a liar.
I did not hit a girl lmao this bitch is tripping
— RiceGum (@RiceGum) March 29, 2017
We're talking about a person who has built a career off over exaggerating & lying about stories for $. This is exactly what she wants.
— RiceGum (@RiceGum) March 29, 2017
The YouTube star who got famous for publicly dissing people on the Internet allegedly told one of his friends to tell Gabbie to “publicly apologize,” or things were going to get bad.
the guy who assaulted me and damaged my property is now trying to threaten me into silence. seems appropriate. pic.twitter.com/iZDpCnR6cI
— daddy (@TheGabbieShow) March 29, 2017
RiceGum also tweeted and deleted a video of him scratching his chest, trying to prove that the marks on the 26-year-old’s body were self-inflicted wounds.
since he deleted himself mocking abuse, i figured id leave it here. nice back peddle. pic.twitter.com/GP9cvYD4Gb
— daddy (@TheGabbieShow) March 30, 2017
RG continued his abusive behavior by making fun of the girl’s looks and saying that while he doesn’t hit girls, he does smash phones, and that’s totally okay.
— RiceGum (@RiceGum) March 30, 2017
Gabbie only used the word “hit” in the immediate aftermath of the assault, which was probably a result of her being scared, upset, etc. When she calmed down a bit, she confirmed that he “didn’t beat the sh*t out of [her],” but rather “grabbed [her], twisted [her] arm and held [her] down” so he could take the phone out of her hand and smash it to pieces. Did the Asian YouTube actually hit her? No. Did he still violently assault her? Absolutely.
As Andrea Russett said, “[RG] saying ‘shit’s gonna get worse’ tells girls they shouldn’t speak up w/o being intimidated and silenced.”
Violence among male celebs is a big issue in Hollywood. Here are all the famous dudes who were accused of domestic abuse:
While Breezy's most well-known incident of violence against a woman happened on the night of the 2009 Grammy Awards when he beat up his ex-girlfriend Rihanna, that is hardly the only example.
Chris was charged with battery after photos surfaced of the "Needed Me" singer's face badly bruised and he even issued a public apology. However, his violence didn't end there. In June 2013, a club goer accused the rapper of shoving her to the ground. In September 2015, another woman claimed he physically pushed her off of his tour bus for refusing to give up her cell phone. In January 2016, yet again a female said he assaulted her, this time a punch in the face for trying to take a photo with him. His violent act towards a woman in August 2016, however, is the one that became a media frenzy.
Apparently, the 27-year-old threatened a woman inside of his home with a gun during a standoff with the Los Angeles Police Department. In a statement about that particular incident, Chris said, "My character's been defaced and who I am as a person and my integrity." (P.S. his 'integrity' has already been called into question because of his history of violence).
What's even more disturbing is that despite all of these violent allegations, he's won several Grammys, BET Awards and Billboard Music Awards, continues to be invited to award shows and Hollywood parties, and collaborates with other hit makers. Maybe the REAL issue is that people keep buying his tracks and financially supporting the charged assaulter, despite his cruel tendencies.
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