Sukihana recently expressed her distress and the need for a break following an incident at The Crew League event in Atlanta, where a video surfaced showing YK Osiris forcibly kissing her. The incident has sparked widespread backlash and accusations of sexual assault against Osiris.
Sukihana took to Twitter to share her feelings of hurt and fear, mentioning her use of alcohol as a coping mechanism. However, she revealed that she had stopped drinking and spent the day crying.
In response to the public outcry and online discussions, YK Osiris issued a public apology to Sukihana. Taking to Instagram, he expressed remorse and acknowledged that he misread the moment, crossing Sukihana’s boundaries while attempting to be playful.
Osiris emphasized his understanding of consent and expressed embarrassment over his behavior. The apology received support from various individuals, including Amber Rose, who condemned the incident as sexual assault and highlighted the importance of protecting black women in the entertainment industry. It remains unclear whether Osiris personally apologized to Sukihana, but the impact of his actions on her is evident.
While some people have come to YK Osiris’ defense following his apology to Sukihana, Meek Mill, a rapper, made a controversial statement on the matter. In a tweet, he wrote, “Don’t do this to him please he a good kid …. Just slap him and he gotta let you something … we don’t need our young bulls tore down for mistakes in this hyper sexual era…. I support suki … hold that shit down on some street sh*** Meek Mill’s statement was widely criticized for shifting the blame and responsibility onto Sukihana for Osiris’ actions.
Users on Twitter expressed their disagreement, pointing out that Osiris was responsible for his own behavior and questioning what else he might be capable of. Meek Mill faced backlash, with some calling him derogatory names and expressing their disapproval of his viewpoint. Blaming the victim is never an acceptable stance.