Tupac’s rape accuser speaks about that night for the first time
Almost two decades since Ayanna Jackson accused rapper Tupac and his associates of rape, which sent the rapper behind bars, is still a controversial topic. VladTV posted a new video of Jackson detailing the assault on camera for the first time.
“I like you so much I decided to share you with them,” Jackson says at the opening of the video. She continues detailing how Tupac had a firm grip on her braids while she was explaining to him that she wasn’t interested in performing sexual acts with his friends.
Jackson told the publication that she was wearing pantyhose and “remembers them being ripped off” followed by her dress, all while sitting on top of Tupac while he was grasping her braids.
“I’m still there looking at his face while all this is actually happening,” she says. “I’m not going to say I had sex with him, I was raped by him that night because it wasn’t consensual at that point when everyone was in the room and they were tearing off my clothes.”
Tupac was convicted of first-degree sexual assault and was sentenced to 1 ½ to 4½ years in prison. Which he only served nine months of the sentence.
Watch part 1 and 2 of Ayanna Jackson’s interview with VLADTV below.