Wololo! Timmy Tdat Accused of Drugging a Woman and Abusing Her Se3ually
By Jelagatcinthia | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
Timmy Tdat is a popular Kenyan rapper and has fairly funs as well as haters. The dramatic rapper has been accused of se3ually abusing a lady after drugging her.
The lady who comes from Kisumu made the allegations. She goes by the name Lavender and is a video vixen. She allegedly contacted Timmy's manager because she wanted to appear on his video when he had a show in Kisumu.
According to the claims, Timmy's manager instructed to meet his boss at his hotel room where the incident happened. She alleges that the controversial rapper spiked her drink and chewed her without protection. He then vanished while she was asleep.
The lady also claims that Timmy is fond of doing this to ladies. It is not the first time he is involved in such incidences. What is your opinion on this?
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