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Nia Riley Accuses Former Partner Soulja Boy of Physical Abuse

Nia Riley Accuses Former Partner Soulja Boy of Physical Abuse

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The is the second reported physical abuse allegation against Soulja Boy this year.

Nia Riley sat down for an interview with TMZ’s Van Lathan on Red Pill Podcast and detailed claims of physical abuse from her former partner, Soulja Boy.

A clip from “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition,” the reality show the couple is featured on shows them arguing while Soulja appears to grab, pull, and lunge after Riley.

In the interview, the reality star and daughter of Teddy Riley says she believes the public is making light of the clip and claims there have been more violent moments, telling Lathan, “I’m not about to go on the internet and post pictured of black eyes or anything like that. I don’t really have to go that far to prove it.” When Lathan asks, “It’s been that bad?” she responds, “Maybe.”

Earlier this week, Riley commented on the clip, saying, “I would never fake any form of an abusive relationship on tv. I’m not an actress.” She added, “He was mad af I was talking to him how he talks to me and tried to attack me then remembered them cameras were there.”

Reality star and wife of Waka Flocka,Tammy Rivera, appears in the clip saying, “We in this together, so I was ready to beat Soulja ass if I had to.”

https://twitter.com/NiaNRiley/status/1102012230776717312

READ: A Woman is Claiming Soulja Boy Beat & Kidnapped Her

In February, a woman named Kayla accused the rapper of kidnapping, beating her, and leaving her with a concussion and fractured ribs. She claimes Soulja punched and kicked and tied her to a chair with an extension cord.

Listen to Riley’s full interview below.

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