"Can't Let You Go"
Around this time last month, fans were reading accusations of Fabolous abusing Emily B. The rapper was said to have punched Emily, who has dated Fab on-and-off for the past 15 years, in the face seven times, before being arrested.
While that case has been put on hold, reports of Emily and Fab partying at Coachella this past weekend have surfaced. A fan posted a short, shaky video of the couple maneuvering through the crowd together during Migos’ performance.
Caught on Camera
The Shade Room posted the low quality clip on Instagram yesterday (April 23), saying the two were “spotted at Coachella trying to keep a low profile.” If the video wasn’t enough proof, several festival goers tweeted about it.
Collectively, fans seemed to disapprove of Emily’s willingness to casually hangout out with Fab after he severely abused her just a month before. As one Twitter user put it, “For everyone who said they would boycott Fabolous’ music cause he beat Emily’s a**….. how y’all feel now that they were at Coachella together?”
“Another dummy,” wrote an Instagram user. “It’s her teeth not ours.” “After all these years, y’all really thought she was gonna leave him now..? Sis is weak,” commented another.
On fan said, “And this is why I don’t waste time feeling sorry for some of these women. Her Dad must be devastated.” “Why are y’all surprised? She went back to her man like a lot of women who are mistreated by their man does. Sad tho,” said another.
Following the blow out dispute between Fabolous and Emily B came some serious charges against the “Can’t Let You Go” rapper. According to court documents obtained by BOSSIP, Fab and his legal team must go up against one count of aggravated assault in the third degree alongside one count of making terroristic threats in the third degree.
To prosecute the rapper — who earned his initial charges after the cops were called to his and former Love & Hip Hop star Emily B’s home — authorities from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office have stepped up. A spokesperson for the office come forward on April 2, revealing that the original charges against Fab still stand.
At the time, the New York native was set to be back in court before the end of April, with consequences pending his conviction including being in prison for three to five years and a $15k fine for the aggravated assault charge.
The “Flipmode” rapper, who reportedly surrendered to police willingly, was first cited for the alleged altercation and given a notice for a court appearance (rather than being sent to jail) last month (March 28). Afterwards, Fab’s lawyer Alberto Ebanks spoke to certain media outlets on behalf of the Brooklyn-born artist. He told Billboard, “I’ve known Fab close to 20 years and believe he is incapable of engaging in the alleged conduct.”
Ebanks’ belief was proven wrong after Fabolous was found to have punched Emily in the face seven times. It is also said that Fab caused “severe damage to [Emily’s] two front teeth,” which she subsequently lost.
More than that, Fab reportedly threatened her dad and brother.
According to Emily’s affidavit of probable cause, she “called her father to remove two handguns from the residence due to her fear that they may be used against her.” The affidavit then states that when Fab couldn’t find the handguns in their Englewood home, “the defendant left the house, but not before informing the victim, her father and her brother that he had a bullet for them.”
SHARE this article.