XXXTentacion’s Ex Girlfriend Cries After Being Kicked Out Memorial [VIDEO]

XXXTentacion’s Ex Girlfriend Cries After Being Kicked Out Memorial [VIDEO]

As many mourn over XXXTentacion’s sudden and tragic death, his alleged domestic violence victim and ex-girlfriend, Geneva Ayala has even reacted to his passing. She posted several messages of her unhappiness to her social media accounts, describing her discomfort in his passing by stating she felt “broken.”

On Tuesday, fans and supporters of XXXTentacion’s music held a vigil at the scene of his death in South Florida. Many gathered around with balloons, candles, flowers, and plush toys as they bid their farewells to an artist who had a severe impact on their lives. In efforts to give herself peace of mind, Ayala also went to the vigil with her own items of remembrance. In a photo posted to her Instagram, Ayala cited she felt disrespected when she was pulled away from the vigil.

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The image posted captured a globe, three candles, flowers, and a piece of cardboard which read “R.I.P. JAHSEH,” “Bad Vibes Forever,” and several other personally significant things. The caption read,

they kicked me out of the vigil. so damn disrespectful. i can’t believe people are that selfish. i wasn’t even there 25 minutes and i literally got pulled away from the memorial. i just wanted to stay. i wasn’t bothering anyone. this is unfair. i’m absolutely devastated. THEY BURNED THE SHIT I LEFT THEY BURNED WHAT I BROUGHT FOR HIM IM SO MAD LIKE IM SCREAMING

She continued to convey her grief by posting another image where the items she brought were burned. Stating she was perplexed in why she was removed because she meant no harm, and ‘he would have wanted her there.’ As a separate caption, she wrote,

i left those those things for him. i didn’t bother anyone. i said nothing to no one. i can’t believe they’d do that. how did they let that happen. why would anyone let that happen, where is the respect? the globe, board, flowers and candles i brought for him were placed BEHIND THE CAUTION TAPE, AND THEY LET THEM GET THE SHIT AND SET IT ALL ON FIRE. he would’ve wanted me there. i have no fucking words.

She followed up with a post to her Instagram Story of her crying hysterically about being kicked out of the vigil. Ayala also sent a message to her Twitter followers about Tentacion’s death. She wrote,

i know y’all don’t fuck w me, but this isn’t about me. just please stop tagging me in disrespectful threads and arguments. i honestly don’t care for any of the hype. i lost someone close to me. leave me alone.


In a subsequent tweet, she expresses her empathy,

it’s disgusting that people are speaking for me. i don’t care if no one cared about me however many months ago, i didn’t lose my life. he did. it’s permanent. i’m still here. like how do you think that makes me feel? everyone expecting me to be relieved or happy?! no, i’m broken.

Ayala and Tentacion had a very twisted relationship. She recently detailed the severe violence she endured during their involvement with each other. As Ayala pedals through her life trying to put the pieces of heart back together, Tentacion’s fans in Los Angeles commemorated his death a little differently. According to Los Angeles police, hundreds gathered on Melrose Avenue in remembrance of Tentacion’s passing on Monday.

Videos were captured of fans jumping off of buildings, forming mosh pits within the huge crowds, and dangerously riding down the streets with heavily populated vehicles. Many of the fans were blocking the street corners and causing a massive disturbance. Police were called to the scene around 7:50 P.M.

Tentacion was shot and killed on Monday by an unknown man in a suspected robbery. As Tentacion was leaving a motorcycle dealership, his vehicle was approached by the man in a hoodie and was shot; the man also snagged a bag that was in the backseat of Tentacion’s car. The man fled the scene with another unknown man in a suspected black SUV. As police begin to investigate this horrific crime, Tentacion’s fans have been collaborating with police by using leads from social media.

By Cadarius Booker

Authored by: Kellie Williams