‘Love & Hip Hop’: Cyn Santana Seems to Allege Joe Budden Abuse in Leaked Audio, Budden Addresses It on Twitter

by Jeremy Spirogis
‘Love & Hip Hop’: Cyn Santana Seems to Allege Joe Budden Abuse in Leaked Audio, Budden Addresses It on Twitter

A serious new growth has taken place in regard to the abuse allegations towards rapper and Love & Hip Hop star Joe Budden. After Tahiry Jose did an interview and claimed he abused her, audio has leaked on-line and it seems to be Cyn Santana alleging him of abuse.

Joe Budden and Cyn Santana | Thaddaeus McAdams/Getty Images

Tahiry Jose accused Joe Budden of home abuse

This all began after Jose did an interview with Hollywood Unlocked and alleged that Budden abused her.

I feel that the best way I used to be coping with being in a relationship with Joe was simply tucking it, hiding it as a result of I can’t cease,” she partially. “I have to keep going because people rely on me because I have to handle stuff, because I have to grow in this business, because I’m not going to fold.”

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Detailing the abuse, she instructed the hosts, “That relationship left me with a fractured rib and a broken nose because somebody was sending him a message. And I used to always say, ‘Stop beefing out there, I’m still working.’ And he hit me on that nose and then pushed me down a flight of stairs…I remember having a plan to leave because the reason he was so upset was because I was already leaving, looking through my phone and s**t. But I had already told him [to] give me two weeks to pack up my things. He agreed to it and then started looking through my phone. Next thing you know, I got woken up by him dragging me by my ankle. I managed to get up from that floor.”

Budden denied the claims, calling Jose a liar and insinuating that she was making it more durable for victims of abuse. “Incidents like these taint true victims of domestic violence,” he mentioned. “For me, this was nasty and disgusting and for too many years because I’ve chose to remain quiet about certain things just so you could continue a certain narrative. Those days are over, now what was alleged here let me start with this young lady is a liar a cancerous toxic liar.”

Here’s what’s mentioned within the leaked dialog

It is unclear how the dialog made its approach onto the web. The name is sort of 20 minutes lengthy. Much of the dialog is about co-parenting their son, Lexington. At one level, Budden talks about them reconciling and says that he loves her. However, it’s clear from this audio tat Santana doesn’t need to return on this path. Budden presses her to fulfill in particular person, and that is when Santana says one thing that catches listeners’ ears.

“Everything that we’re discussing, I swear it would go so much different if you and I could talk,” mentioned Budden within the audio, as reported by Hot New Hip Hop. Santana rebuffs this, stating that they’re speaking, and including, “Oh, you mean in person so you can chase me again and drag me? I’m good.” Budden denies this and Santana says that he might have been drunk and might’t keep in mind it.

He questioned her, stating, “I dragged you? I laid a hand on you and dragged you where? Where did I drag you, Cyn?” When Santana means that he was intoxicated, he mentioned, “No, I was not drunk. I’m very aware of what was happening. Very aware.” After this, the dialog returns to their little one. Santana would go on to allege that Budden “kicked” her and the kid out of the home and didn’t give any cash.

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Budden seemingly responds to the audio

Thought he didn’t straight seek advice from the drama straight, Budden appeared to ship out a tweet about it on Tuesday morning. When somebody tweeted him and mentioned the scenario didn’t look good for him, he quote tweeted it and mentioned, “It’s illuminating out here, we don’t see it the same.”

At the time of publishing, Santana has not addressed the audio leak.

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