Swae Lee and his ex-girlfriend, Marliesia Ortiz, have called it quits.
According to a new report from TMZ, cops were called on Ortiz after a fight broke out between both of them. Sources report that the former couple had an argument at Lee's house outside of Los Angeles in early August. Ortiz began throwing objects at Lee before she allegedly headbutted him. Following the abuse, Ortiz was escorted out by security.
Sources also report that Ortiz called 911 claiming that Lee sexually assaulted her. Although Ortiz admitted to breaking items and hitting the rapper, she claims that Lee also strangled her. After assessing the situation, cops decided to arrest Ortiz. As of right now, there aren't any reported charges that have been filed.
On a lighter note, Lee has been hard at work. More recently, he teamed up with Drake for his latest collaboration, "Won't Be Late." On the Mike WiLL Made-It and Tekno-produced track, Lee and Drake share details about a relationship that they are taking slow.
"Tell 'em again, tell 'em off (Tell 'em off) / It just dawned on me (On me), what's right, feels wrong / No, no wingman, that's only my A-game / At this game, two can play," Lee says.
Keeping up the same energy, Drake follows through on the second verse. "Yeah, yeah, saving my time for you/Suddenly I freed up (Free)/Freezing my times with you/When I'm lonely, I can bring them up/Closed off my line for you," Drake croons over the melodic beat.
This isn't the first time that Drake and Swae Lee have joined forces. Back in 2018, Drizzy and Lee worked on Travis Scott's groundbreaking record, "Sicko Mode." The Grammy-nominated single was featured on Scott's LP, ASTROWORLD.
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