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Sixteen-year-old Jada chose to speak out after discovering images of her sexual assault were shared and mocked all over social media. Now her mother, Sukeida, and family spokesperson Quanell X, say the cyberbullying has yet to stop, and Jada isn’t the first victim of the perpetrators who drugged, raped and photographed her.

In an interview with MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow, Sukeida and Quanell X remind us of how sick of a world we live in. And while supporters of the young men continue to harass Jada online, a Houston-area rapper decided to write a song off of the horrid hashtag based on Jada’s horrific experience.

Furthermore, there are other young girls who’ve been assaulted and shamed on social media by the same group of young men. One of Jada’s friends was also allegedly raped on the same night as Jada. Police are currently trying to identify the other girls.

The incident was first reported to authorities nearly a month ago.

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  • ALM247

    Wasn’t the alleged rapist white in this scenario?

    I think all of these young men need to be mentally reprogrammed, regardless of race.

  • noirluv45

    OK. I’ll check it out. Thank you.

  • noirluv45

    I watched the video. It just goes to show you the legal system is all about attorney’s using their power of persuasion to get people to see or not see what’s there. There are so many people who don’t have common sense or the ability to connect the dots, and the legal system depends on those people to be on juries.

    So in truth, it’s really not about guilt or innocence, but how the game is played. This video made that very clear.

    Thanks for sharing.

  • elizabeth31

    That is so false. White people have a higher record of pedophilia and selling children to sex slavery (and buying sex slaves, historically), so that is false and racist, and you need to simmer down.