GXDLIKE, who had been staying with Kingston for 3 months working on projects, claims he was called down to the basement to shoot at 2 A.M. when he relayed the bad news to the platinum-selling artist he didn’t have a charged phone. According to the next testimony, Sean Kingston punched the music video director in a fit of frustration, causing his face to be bruised and cut. The cameraman says Sean Kingston then dragged him in the hallway and pulled out a gun, telling him to vacate the premises.
“God don’t sleep He know what went down that night believe me or not,” he wrote in his Story. “If anybody respect this man or on this man side for what he did to me y’all dead wrong And he know he dead wrong.” YUNG BERG A.K.A HITMAKA ACCUSED OF VICIOUSLY ‘PISTOL WHIPPING’ HIS GIRLFRIEND
MARCH 16, 2020
In May, Sean Kingston announced his next album titled Deliverance and went into promo mode with a series of vlogs directed by GXDLIKE to raise awareness of the upcoming project.
Sean Kingston, the singer of “Beautiful Girls,” promoted his comeback with HipHopDX earlier this year, but a new batch of criminal allegations might jeopardise the rollout, if not put it on hold entirely. Sean Kingston, 31, is accused of assaulting and brandishing a pistol at a music video director known as GXDLIKE inside his Los Angeles home on November 5, according to TMZ.
He’s since filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department. GXDLIKE reacted to the wave of articles in wake of TMZ’s revelation on Instagram with no love for his alleged assailant.