This got real really quick.
Lil Duval is saying things on the internet again, but at least this time, he (kind of) has the defense that he was merely protecting his family. The comedian — who recently caused a bit of controversy when he said he would kill a trans woman if they didn’t disclose that they were born male — kicked off the whole beef when he said that he didn’t believe the woman who accused Usher of giving her an STD.
Remarking on her weight on Twitter, Duval said, “I’ll believe Usher gay before I believe he f*cked that girl.” He then tweeted out a photo of accuser Quantasia Sharpton with the caption: “I refuse to believe Usher f*cked this.”
Sharpton had several thoughts about it on Instagram.
Sharpton is among three people who have accused Usher of having sex with them without disclosing that he has herpes. “We engaged in sexual contact,” Sharpton said in a recent press conference about the lawsuit. “He didn’t warn me about any STDs.”
Sharpton says that she is negative but is still seeking damages for the risk of exposure. She is the only named plaintiff, with another woman and man being named as Jane and John Doe.
“I was upset by the reports because I would have never consented if I would have known,” she said at the press conference.
“No one in America, not even a popular celebrity, is above the law,” said Lisa Bloom, the attorney handling the case for Sharpton and the two anonymous plaintiffs.
First, she sent out a photo of Lil Duval wearing a pink bandanna and accused his trans comments of being hypocritical.
“Lil Duval, you’re a f*g,” she wrote. “How dare you go on The Breakfast Club and talk about your own family, you f*g bag.”
Bringing Mothers Into It
She then went after Duval’s mother’s appearance, saying that she looked like a man. “As much as you hate trans women, you need to check your mama cause she look like your daddy,” she wrote. “#TransLivesMatter have a seat.”
In another post, she went after Lil Duval’s mother’s weight. “Mom a whole fat ass butterball,” she wrote on a photo of his mom.