RiceGum is known for his celeb roasting videos and diss raps, one of which targeted Gabbie last year. In the humiliating video, he called her out for a lot of things she does online and even accused her of clickbaiting and stealing other people's jokes.
So when they bumped into each other at a party recently, she challenged him to do a rap battle in person but it didn't go down well. She Snapchatted the moment and you can hear her say "Okay, so Rice doesn’t have his ghostwriter today," which is when he got angry and allegedly grabbed her arm to stop her recording. He eventually got hold of her phone and smashed it on the floor.
Once she got home she recorded a vlog in tears about what happened, clarifying that he didn't "beat her up" but he did grab her aggressively.
"I snapchatted what was happening as I was crying alone on the balcony of a party because I was upset and confused and acted impulsively," she wrote in the video description. "Part of me wishes I would have gone home and not said anything, but a part of me is glad this came to light the way it did. violence, man to woman, man to man, woman to woman, woman to man... is never okay. stay safe, my friends."
Once the story got out, many of her friends from the YouTube community, including Ricky Dillon and Tana Mongeau, defended her on Twitter.
Rice shared his side of the story on Twitter, saying that "big nose was clearly exaggerating." Really?
Rice also shared a video from tattoo artist Romeo Lacoste, who says he "saw the whole thing" and gave his take on the situation.
Gabbie probably should have stopped filming when Rice asked her to but in saying that, it's NEVER ok to put your hands on someone else, NO MATTER WHAT.
We're sure it's not the last we've heard of this.
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