Local rapper, Da LES, denies rape accusations made against him

Local rapper, Da LES, denies rape accusations made against him

Da L.E.S has spoken up about the claim that he forced himself on a woman. The accusation was made after South African women starting naming the men they claim have violated them. The rapper insists that he would never do such a thing.

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South Africans seem to have had more than enough of violence against women and more ladies have come out to talk about their horrible experiences.

One way in which women are speaking out is by naming the men who they claim abused them in one way or another.

IOL News reports that Da L.E.S (Leslie Jonathan Mampe Jr) was named in a list on Twitter and was accused of raping a woman.

The rapper has taken to his own Twitter account to address this claim.

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Da L.E.S said seeing his name on the list was the worst day of his life. He added that he could not respond in full because the claim was made anonymously and did not give many specifics.

The rapper said he has never and would never force himself on a woman and while he's all for women speaking out, they should not take lightly the power that their accusations have.

Briefly.co.za gathered the series of tweets in which Da L.E.S talked about the claim and explained himself:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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