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Ayanna Jackson Interview Talks Tupac, Rape Case

Ayanna Jackson the woman who accused Tupac of rape in 1994 was interviews on camera for the first time in 2018. This VLADTV interview was Jackson’s first on camera interview since the alleged rape.

DJ VLAD has been hit with much criticism, as many wonder whether or not DJ Vlad should have given Jackson a platform to speak.

Some felt the Ayanna Jackson interview exposed her. As many have pointed out the inconsistencies in Ayanna Jackson side of the story.

Ayanna Jackson Side Of The Story

I am the young woman that was sexually assaulted by Tupac Shakur and his thugs. I’ve read Kevin Powell’s interview with Tupac ["Ready to Live,” April], in which I was misrepresented. Up until this point I have only told my story under oath in court; nobody has heard my story, only his side, which is much different than what Tupac stated is the true story.

A friend of mine took me to Nell’s, where he introduced me to [t[the men VIBE identified as]igel and Trevor, who later introduced me to their friend Tupac. When I first met Tupac, he kissed me on my cheek and made small talk with me. After a while, I excused myself and started to walk to the dance floor. When I felt someone slide their hands into the back pocket of my jeans, I turned around, assuming it was my friend, but was shocked when I discovered it was Tupac. We danced for a while, and he touched my face and his body brushed mine. 

Due to the small dance floor and the large number of people, we were shoved into a dark corner. Tupac pulled up his shirt, took my hand, traced it down his chest, and sat it on top of his erect penis. He then kissed me and pushed my head down on his penis, and in a brief three-second encounter, my lips touched the head of his penis.

This happened so suddenly that once I realized what he was trying to do, I swiftly brought my head up. I must reiterate that I did not suck his penis on the dance floor. He pulled his shirt back down and asked me what I was doing later. I told him that I was going home because I had to go to work that day. 

Then, as people started surrounding him again, he grabbed my arm and said, “Let’s get out of here, I’m tired of people stressing me.” We exited Nell’s, got into a white BMW, pulled up at the Parker Meridien, and went to his suite. We conversed, and he rolled up some blunts. We started kissing, and then we had oral and vaginal sexual intercourse several times.

He called my house a couple nights later and gave me his SkyPager number and told me he wanted to see me tomorrow. That evening after work, I paged him, and his road manager called me back and informed me that Pac really wanted to see me but he had a show to do in Jersey, so I should call a car service and take it to the Meridien and he would pay for the cab. Once I got to the hotel, I met Charles Fuller for the first time; he paid for the cab and led me upstairs. Inside the suite, Tupac, Nigel, and Trevor were seated in the living room, smoking weed and drinking Absolut. 

Tupac told me to come in and pointed to the arm of the sofa near him, and I sat down. After about 20 minutes, Tupac took my hand and led me into a bedroom in the suite. He fell onto the bed and asked me to give him a massage. So I massaged his back, he turned around, and I started massaging his chest.

Just as we began kissing, the door opened and I heard people entering. As I started to turn to see who it was, Tupac grabbed my head and told me, “Don’t move.” I looked down at him and he said, “Don’t worry, baby, these are my brothers and they ain’t going to hurt you. We do everything together.” I started to shake my head, “No, no, Pac, I came here to be with you. Came here to see you. I don’t want to do this.” 

I started to rise up off the bed but he brutally slammed my head down. My lips and face came crashing down hard onto his penis, he squeezed the back of my neck, and I started to gag. Tupac and Nigel held me down while Trevor forced his penis into my mouth. 

Felt hands tearing my shoes off, ripping my stockings and panties off. I couldn’t move; I felt paralyzed, trapped, and I started to black out. They leered at my body. “This bitch got a fat ass, she’s fine.” While they laughed and joked to one another, Nigel, Trevor, and Fuller held me in the room, trying to calm me down. They would not allow me to leave.

Finally, I got to the elevators, which had a panel of mirrors. Once I caught sight of myself, I sank down on the floor and started to cry. They came out, picked me up, and brought me back into the suite. 

Tupac was lying on the couch. In my mind I’m thinking, “This motherfucker just raped me, and he’s lying up here like a king acting as if nothing happened.” So I began crying hysterically and shouting, “How could you do this to me? I came here to see you. I can’t believe you did this to me.” Tupac replied, “I don’t have time for this shit. Get this bitch out of here.”

The aforementioned is the true story. It was not a setup, and I never knew any of the thugs he was hanging with. Tupac knows exactly what he did to me. I admit I did not make the wisest decisions, but I did not deserve to be gang-raped.

Those who knew and were close to Tupac voiced their opinions via social media. Treach of Naughty By Nature and Outlawz member Napoleon responded to the Ayanna Jackson interview. Both declaring Ayanna Jackson is again lying about the alleged rape incident.

William Lesane

Tupac’s cousin, William Lesane share a story about Ayanna Jackson for BET’s Death Row Chronicles.

When covering Tupac’s alleged rap case, William Lesane gave insight to a telephone conversation with the alleged rape victim Ayanna Jackson. Ayanna Jackson recently appeared after twenty plus years for her first on video interview with Vladtv. Ayanna came across to many in that interview as a liar. Besides contradicting herself throughout the interview, she also didn’t seem to care about anyone else who she claimed raped her that night like Haitian Jack. She was more focused on ensuring Tupac was to blame and to be held fully responsible.

During episode three of the Death Row Chronicles William Lesane talked about a telephone conversation he and Ayanna had when Tupac was in prison. “While Pac was in prison I got a phone call by that woman Ayanna who was allegedly raped in that hotel room. I asked her Pac is really struggling with prison are you thinking about taking back these charges. She said no, the only reason why I am calling is to tell you, I had to say what i said in the witness stand, I cant go back to the judge and say Pac didn’t do it, my life is in danger”, William Lesane told BET Death Row Chronicle producers.

E.D.I Mean

E.DI. Mean aka EDIDON another member of the Outlawz, used his own platform to voice his thoughts on the matter. EDI who hosts The Dinner Club via Dash Radio gave his thoughts on the Ayanna Jackson interview conducted by DJ Vlad.

The audio clip can be heard below.

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2 Comments

  1. EDI didn’t address shit. The chick str8 up lied. Y’all are a disgrace to Pac’s legacy. Keep his name out ya mouth.

    1. If she never lied. There’s a good chance that Pac would have never gone to Deathrow. Therefor Pac’s like could have been rewritten, and still be alive today.

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