Bow Wow's ex-fiancée, Erica Mena, cosigns Kiyomi Leslie's alleged abuse story

  /  07.02.2019

Yesterday (July 1), Bow-Wow’s ex-fiancée, Erica Mena, caught wind of Kiyomi Leslie’s tweets in which she details the rapper’s abuse history. Mena cosigned the model’s story and stated that Bow Wow has a history of abusive behavior.

At first, Mena simply wrote: “Trust, BELIEVE HER!” on a screenshot of Leslie’s tweets. Later, she explained that since she has a tough girl persona it was difficult for others to believe stories behind her alleged abuse.

“I’m the tough girl so my story was never the truth but y’all see how round 4 played out. He broke Ciara finger years ago, so this been going on,” Mena wrote.

Back in 2014, Bow Wow dated the Love and Hip Hop reality star for a little under two years. Following their breakup, the two took several jabs at each on social media. Back in 2004, Bow dated singer Ciara in which Mena mentions the rapper was abusive towards as well.

Over the weekend, Leslie claimed that Bow Wow’s alleged abuse is the reason she miscarried her baby.

“Bet he won’t tell y’all the police been called out more than that one occasion and his family lied & covered for him that time,” she tweeted. “He beat me while I was pregnant. Punched me in my stomach & all… lost my baby and still covered for the weak ass nigga.”

Elsewhere during her posts to social media, she stated that the 32-year-old rapper’s family tried their best to cover up his abusive behavior.

“His weak ass momma called me sounding all concerned that her son beat me… TERESA KNEW her son beat me numerous times and still got on national television to lie… YOU LUCKY MY MOMMA RAISED ME TO RESPECT WOMEN BECAUSE WHEEEEEW ! Trashhhhh,” she wrote.

Bow Wow’s team has yet to comment on the new comments from Erica Mena.


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