'He would've wanted me there': XXXTentacion's ex-girlfriend, who he 'beat and choked' while she was pregnant with his child, reveals she was run out of his vigil by angry fans who burned the items she left for him
- Geneva Ayala attended vigil at the spot where the rapper was murdered Monday
- She left behind a globe, which was torched, plus roses, lit candles, and a sign
- Ayala said she wasn't there for more than 25 minutes before fans pulled her away
- 'I just wanted to stay. I left those things for him. I didn't bother anyone,' she wrote
- XXXTentacion was facing felony charges for abuse on Ayala at time of his death
- Ayala previously detailed how his fans have harassed her at her job and home
XXXTentacion's ex-girlfriend, who was allegedly abused by the rapper while she was pregnant with his child, revealed that she was kicked out of his vigil on Tuesday.
Geneva Ayala said she was 'absolutely devastated' after seeing that XXXTentacion's fans had burned the items she left at his memorial, including a globe.
'They kicked me out of the vigil. So damn disrespectful. I can't believe people are that selfish,' she wrote in a caption on Instagram.
'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.'
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Geneva Ayala (pictured), the woman XXXTentacion allegedly abused while she was pregnant with their child, revealed she was kicked out of the rapper's vigil on Tuesday night
'THEY BURNED THE S**T I LEFT THEY BURNED WHAT I BROUGHT FOR HIM I'M SO MAD LIKE I'M SCREAMING,' she added.
The caption was accompanied by a picture that showed a globe, roses, lit candles, and a sign that read 'RIP Jahse', the rapper's first name.
A second picture that Ayala posted appeared to show remnants of the torched globe.
'I left those things for him. I didn't bother anyone,' she wrote in the caption. '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 S**T AND SET IT ALL ON FIRE.'
'He would've wanted me there,' she added. 'I have no f*****g words.'
Ayala said she was 'absolutely devastated' as she revealed that XXXTentacion's fans burned the items she left at his memorial, including a globe (pictured)
Ayala posted a picture of the torched globe and asked 'Why would anyone let that happen, where is the respect?' before saying she believed XXXTentacion would've wanted her there
Ayala also posted about the incident on her Instagram story, where she was audibly upset and crying as she revealed what happened.
'That fact that they burned my s**t bro, that is so f*****g disrespectful,' she said.
'How can you guys do that? I don't care how much you guys hate me, why would you guys do that s**t?'
More than 300 fans attended the candlelight vigil outside RIVA Motorsports, where XXXTentacion was shot dead on Monday in what police believe was a 'robbery gone wrong'.
The crowd allegedly threw rocks and bottles at Los Angeles Police Department officers after they tried to break up the crowd, a spokesman told the New York Daily News.
Officers then fired 37mm rubber bullets to try and get people to clear out the streets.
Hours earlier, Ayala took to Twitter to hit back at critics who claimed she would be celebrating the news that the 20-year-old rapper was shot dead on Monday
Ayala also pleaded with XXXTentacion's fans and asked that they stop tagging her 'in disrespectful threads and arguments'
In her Instagram story Ayala revealed that she was listening to XXXTentacion's song 'Alone, Part 3'. She wrote to him: 'You were never alone, you will never be'
Just hours before she was kicked out of his vigil, Ayala revealed she was devastated by the rapper's death.
She took to Twitter to hit back at critics who claimed she would be celebrating the news that the 20-year-old rapper was shot dead on Monday.
XXXTentacion was awaiting trial on multiple felony charges in connection to allegedly assaulting Ayala when he was killed Monday
'It's disgusting that people are speaking for me,' she wrote. '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 also pleaded with XXXTentacion's fans and asked that they stop tagging her 'in disrespectful threads and arguments'.
'I honestly don't care for any of the hype,' she wrote. 'I lost someone close to me. Leave me alone.'
Ayala likewise shared her pain on Instagram, writing that she wanted to 'scream at the top of my lungs until I can't then keep screaming'.
'I don't want to believe this,' she wrote. 'No one knows. the s**t. I feel. For You.'
The caption was accompanied with a hand-drawn photo that appeared to be the faces of Ayala and XXXTentacion.
The rapper was awaiting trial on multiple felony charges in connection to allegedly assaulting Ayala when he was killed on Monday.
XXXTentacion, who's real name is Jahseh Dwayne Onfrey, was fatally shot as he left the motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida on Monday.
Authorities said a Louis Vuitton bag was stolen from his sports car as he lay dying, leading them to believe it may have been a 'robbery gone wrong'.
But sources close to the rapper's family told The Blast that they believe he was intentionally targeted.
'This was not random,' one of the sources said.
Ayala also shared a hand-drawn photo on Instagram that appeared to show both her and XXXTentacion's faces and wrote in the caption that she 'wanted to scream at the top of my lungs until I ca't then keep screaming'
Ayala likewise shared her pain on Instagram, writing that she wanted to 'scream at the top of my lungs until I can't then keep screaming'
XXXTentacion had been at RIVA Motorsports checking out inventory, sheriff's public information officer Keyla Concepcion said.
He was in a black BMW i8 and preparing to leave before 4pm when two armed suspects approached him.
At least one of them fired, and then both suspects fled the scene in a dark SUV, Concepcion said.
Deputies are continuing to search for the two suspects in the fatal shooting.
XXXTentacion's death has also brought back to light the horrifying allegations of his abuse against Ayala.
The pair first met in November 2014 and quickly hit it off. But they fell out of touch and didn't see each other again for 18 months, when XXXTentacion spotted Ayala in the crowd of one his shows.
Ayala detailed the alleged abuse she suffered at the hands of XXXTentacion, saying he once 'punched, slapped, elbowed, strangled, and head-butted' her for 15 minutes straight
That night he asked her to move in with him and Ayala accepted. But things almost immediately took a turn for the worst.
Just two weeks after she moved in, XXXTentacion allegedly grabbed Ayala's phone and smashed it on the floor before striking her in the face. It was punishment for admiring her male friend's grills in a Snapchat video.
'I got slapped for no reason,' Ayala told the Miami New Times. 'And he kept acting like everything was cool.'
She said he hit her again later that day, allegedly slapping her so hard that she became lightheaded.
Donations have poured into a GoFundMe Ayala created in October 2016 after one of the rapper's alleged beatings, which she said left her eye leaking (pictured)
Then the rapper returned to the room with a barbecue fork and a wire barbecue brush and asked her: 'Which one do you want me to use?'
'He told me to pick between the two, because he was going to put one of them up my vagina,' she said during a deposition given to a prosecutor seven months later.
Alaya said the beatings only got worse when the couple moved to Orlando in June 2016.
She told prosecutors that XXXTentacion beat hear every three to four days, choking her, pressing knives or scissors to her face, holding her head under water in the bathroom and promising to drown her.
'His favorite thing was just to backhand my mouth,' she told the Miami New Times. 'That always left welts inside my lips.'
Talyssa Lee, who was dating one of XXXTentacion's producers, said she noticed the bruises on Ayala immediately.
Ayala told prosecutors that XXXTentacion beat hear every few days, choking her, pressing knives to her face, holding her head under water in the bathroom and promising to drown her
'It was clear that he was avoiding her face,' Lee said. 'He was hitting her under the chin, on her back - her ribs were all bruised up.'
Lee recalled one incident in which she could hear Ayala screaming in the next room, 'her voice gurgling because she's being held underwater'.
Things came to a head on the morning of October 6, 2016. The couple had recently found out Ayala was pregnant and XXXTentacion was happy with the news.
But that day he allegedly threatened to kill her and their unborn child.
For 15 minutes, XXXTentacion allegedly 'punched, slapped, elbowed, strangled, and head-butted' Ayala.
Ayala said her eyes were leaking and she began to lose her vision as she started to vomit. But XXXTentacion forbade their roommates from taking her to the hospital.
The rapper, who's real name is Jahseh Dwayne Onfrey, was fatally shot as he left a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida
Instead he left her in a room for two days. She escaped while pretending to make him something to eat, running out of an open side door in the kitchen.
XXXTentacion was arrested the next day and charged with aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment, and witness tampering.
In November 2017, Ayala signed a document saying she would not testify against XXXTentacion in court.
Ayala explained she signed it at the rapper's request, because she was 'scared' of his fans.
'He always invited all his fans to go to every court appearance,' she said. 'When I walk out of the courtroom and onto the street, what are people going to do?'
More than 300 fans attended the candlelight vigil outside RIVA Motorsports, where XXXTentacion was shot dead on Monday
Kayla Vogel, 17, writes a message in chalk near a memorial for rapper XXXTentacion, Tuesday, June 19, 2018, outside Riva Motorsports in Deerfield Beach, Florida
Ayala revealed that XXXTentacion's fans have tracked her down in real life, harassing her at her job and trying to follow her home. It got so bad that she eventually quit.
'I can't even go to the mall or Walmart without being noticed and eyed down,' she said.
XXXTentacion's fans even tried to shut down a GoFundMe campaign that Ayala created in October 2016 to help her pay for the medical bills from the injuries of his last alleged beating.
He was awaiting trial for charges of aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment, and witness tampering at the time of his death
Ayala posted a photo of her bruised and bleeding eye, revealing she had two fractures in her left eye socket 'due to an aggressive hit' as well as nose and jaw fractures.
'Since the bones are fractured they're piercing into the back of my eyeball causing damage to an optical nerve and my eye itself,' she wrote on the campaign.
'The left side of my face has lost some sensation, I cannot feel my upper lip on the left side, and same for my upper teeth on the left side.'
'As for my left eye's vision, it's diminishing as the days go by. It's crucial I get surgery otherwise my eyeball will die and the nerve connecting my lip/cheek and teeth will eventually die as well.'
The page has since been reinstated and donations have poured in following XXXTentacion' death.
Ayala received $12,000 earlier this month when she identified herself as the rapper's alleged victim in the Miami New Times piece.
The campaign had just barely reached Ayala's goal of $25,000 before the rapper's death on Monday, according to The Blast. It has since raised more than $32,000.
J David Bogenshutz, XXXTentacion's attorney, told People that the rapper was charged with 'some things that we simply do not believe he did [and] some things are closer to the truth'.
Bogenschutz said the rapper was in the 'process of reaching a resolution' on the abuse charges 'that would have permitted him to go on with his life and career'.