KWAME BROWN ATTACKS CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD WITH FALSE RAPE ALLEGATIONS IN IG LIVE RANT

In case you missed it this week, Kwame Brown has spoken more than we ever heard and has targeted All the Smoke hosts, Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson. The diss rants on Instagram Live came after the two, alongside Gilbert Arenas, cracked jokes at his expense.

During a recent morning with The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne Tha God warned everybody to not bother Kwame Brown because of his family history.

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After stating “Leave Kwame Brown alone,” Charlamagne would go on to speak an urban legend from his area of South Carolina about Brown’s father killing his girlfriend with an axe handle and his brother committing a murder-suicide.

“I’m saying all that to say, leave Kwame alone. That man has been quiet for twenty years, he don’t bother nobody. Clearly all that ‘he’s a bust up’ gets to him. You don’t know what people are going through or have been through,” Charlamagne closed.

CTG must did not think how that could anger the former NBA big man who targeted the radio show host and blasted him with rape allegations, which previously were proven to be untrue in court, and even hit DJ Envy with a stray shot.

“Rapist, Charlamagne Tha God. Rape case guy that actually pled guilty and got away with it,” Brown opened. “We gon’ find that girl you raped, punk. Allegedly. Matter of fact, we ain’t gotta say allegedly ’cause you on the docket, bitch.”

In a 2018 report, Jessica Reid, the woman who accused Charlamagne of rape had no evidence of the alleged act in 2001, according to a rape kit that was tested by proper authorities in South Carolina.

Court records from the Forensic Services Laboratory Report of a then 15-year-old Reid showed no signs of forced sex.

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