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Serious allegations have been made toward “Nasty Freestyle” rapper T-Wayne, TMZ reports. A 22-year-old Dallas woman claimed the Texas rapper pinned her down and raped her in a Houston hotel room after she denied consenting to sex.

The woman has told TMZ that Wayne flew her out to Houston in late July where the two had dinner together at The Cheesecake Factory. After returning to her hotel room, she said the rapper became aggressive and began guilting her into consent. The woman said she has waited five weeks to file a police report due to shock from the incident. At the time of publication, T-Wayne had not yet replied to TMZ’s request for a quote. XXL has also reached out to T-Wayne’s reps for comment.

The allegations come just one month after Rick Ross and an associate were involved in a lawsuit making similar charges. Ross released a statement on Sept. 22 denying any involvement.

Wayne—born Tyshon Dwayne Nobles—went from local rapper to chart topping fame this year due to the success of his single “Nasty Freestyle” plus the dance video that soon followed. The song peaked at No. 9 and Nobles eventually would go on to signed to 300 Entertainment. He released his mixtape Who Is Rickey Wayne? in May.

Typical groupie story ……

You meet a b!tch with a bad body calling herself a Instagram Model …… With her booking info in her bio …….. So you contact her …...
Fly her out …….
Check her into the four season's …… Take her to The CheeseCake Factory For Dinner …… Wine and dine her …….
Then it's back to the hotel to f*ck …..And catch a flight in the morning ……. Somewhere in between that story ……. He got it f*cked up …….The End …...

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