Women who got raped and sue for money are prostitutes – rapper Remy Ma (video)
Rapper Remy Ma has sparked an online outrage after she stated that women who sue for money after being raped are prostitutes.
She stated this while discussing the rape allegations against NFL player Antonio Brown, on a recent episode of Revolt’s State of the Culture.
According to Remy Ma, there seems to be an agenda at play owing to the timing of the rape allegation.
“This s**t sounds crazy to me,” Remy said. “Every time we here about [an alleged rape], it’s never like it happened this morning, yesterday, [or] over the weekend. It’s always five..seven years ago, this happened.”
“It’s all about money because one of the accusers is asking for $2 million,” she said of Brown. “If you raped me, my sister, my daughter, my anything, I don’t want your money, I want you castrated. The things that I want done are crimes.”
One of those she was discussing with, attorney Eboni K. Williams, countered her stance by stating that the money such women seek might be for therapy.
“Could that be compensation though? Because I hear that a lot, ‘if it was a rape, first of all, why are you not going to criminal court? Why are you not going to the police and he’s not arrested?’ [Brown’s] first accuser went the civil route. She filed a lawsuit, she’s asking for money, but some people feel like that’s the compensation that they want.”
“That’s called prostitution,” Remy replied.
“I don’t think so,” Williams said.
“It seem like in a lot of the alleged sexual assault cases, the women are asking for money,” Remy added. “To me, any exchange where sexual acts are being compensated with money, that’s prostitution.”
When told that prostitution involves consent, Remy replied, “Really? In one instance they’ll be like ‘it was so horrible, he did this to me… but give me $2 million and I’ll go sit over there and I won’t tell anybody.’”