Saweetie and ex Quavo 'get into violent fight in an elevator' before their nasty breakup in disturbing video03/30/2021
SAWEETIE and ex-boyfriend Quavo "got into a violent fight in an elevator" before their nasty breakup in a disturbing video.
The couple confirmed they had broken up a few weeks ago.
Video footage obtained by TMZ showed Quavo, 29, involved in a physical altercation with his girlfriend at the time.
In the disturbing video, which was captured by an elevator camera at an apartment complex in North Hollywood, the former couple could be seen standing outside the elevator before Saweetie, 27, throws the first swing.
The Migos rapper dodged the hit but not before he dropped an orange case that Saweetie tried to then pick up.
Quavo gets to it first and shoves Saweetie, causing her to crash to the elevator floor before picking up the case.
The video then showed the Best Friend singer laying on the ground with a possible injury while he stood next to her. The rapper didn't help her up and looked down at her several times.
Surprisingly, the elevator doors open but neither of them gets out as a man, who was standing at the other side of the elevator doors, simply stands there and doesn't get them on before the doors shut.
According to the video, the doors open up on another floor and Quavo gets up before Saweetie gets up and limps after him.
According to TMZ's sources, the incident happened back in 2020 at an apartment building where Saweetie was renting.
This new video comes just two weeks after Saweetie revealed they had gone their separate ways and alluded to Quavo cheating.
The Tap In rapper revealed to her followers: "I’m single. I’ve endured too much betrayal and hurt behind the scenes for a false narrative to be circulating that degrades my character.
"Presents don’t band aid scars and the love isn’t real when the intimacy is given to other women."
In a separate tweet, she shared excitement for a new phase of her life without Quavo, writing: "I emotionally checked out a long time ago and have walked away with a deep sense of peace and freedom.
"Excited for this new chapter of elevation."
Eagle-eyed fans spotted that Saweetie, 27, was the first to unfollow Quavo, 29, and that he followed suit soon after.
Saweetie then spoke about a boy who "broke her heart" and said "lying" is the "last straw" for her.
Justin LaBoy asked the Bay Area rapper during his Respectfully Justin interview on Wednesday: "What's the most disrespectful thing a n***a did?
"He break your heart… it's the last straw…"
Saweetie replied: "I think it's lying. It's the principle," and when probed further simply added: "I don't like liars."
She also spoke about one boyfriend who transferred thousands of dollars into her bank account after "f**king up."
She recalled: "I woke up, I got a notification from my bank, there was enough money to buy several properties.
"Money talk. I'm a businesswoman."
Saweetie and Quavo began quietly dating in 2018 after he slid into her DMs, and she confirmed their romance several months later while appearing on The Real.
The hitmakers went Instagram official in March 2019 and later that month she featured Quavo in the music video for her song Emotional.
Back in November, Saweetie shut down rumors that Quavo was cheating on her with Lil Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter, 21.
"Quit spreading that fake news before y’all get Quavo a** in trouble cuz I don’t play that sh*t," Saweetie tweeted, after Quavo himself denied the rumors.
Over Christmas, Quavo gifted Saweetie a custom Bentley Continental GT as well as several Birkin bags.
Saweetie returned the favor by getting her man a $300,000 Richard Mille watch.
However, as their break up got messy, the Migos rapper was accused of taking back the Bentley.
The Migos rapper sent a repo man to take back the luxury convertible he had leased for Saweetie, according to MTO News.
Sources claimed Quavo took the car back after Saweetie claimed he "hurt and betrayed her" during their relationship.
An insider alleged that Quavo had leased the Bentley under his name and was able to end the lease early after paying a fee.
The rapper allegedly made a deal which meant that, in return, the dealership would repossess the car and let him out of the contract.
The insider continued: "He's not being petty or anything, but she's on Twitter talking s**t. So he took back the car."
However, sources close to Quavo later denied the claims to TMZ.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or chat at thehotline.org.
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