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Noname Will Change the Cover for 'Room 25' After Abuse Allegations Against the Illustrator are Revealed

Noname Will Change the Cover for 'Room 25' After Abuse Allegations Against the Illustrator are Revealed

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Noname takes a stand.

Noname will change the cover for her critically acclaimed album Room 25, after disturbing allegations against the artist were revealed over the weekend.

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The person who did the cover is Chicago artist Bryant Giles. Over the weekend, an account on social media revealed that Giles had domestic abuse charges brought against him.

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On Monday, Noname announced on Twitter that she was in the process of changing the cover, also adding that she believed the alleged victim.

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Giles was arrested on October 8th and charged with domestic battery. Giles since has posted bail and locked all of his socials.



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