A videographer has accused musician Sean Kingston of assault. According to TMZ. Kingston allegedly pulled a gun on the video director on Nov. 5 in the wee hours of the morning.
The incident allegedly occurred at the “Letting Go” singer’s home around 2 a.m. The video director, who goes by GXDLIKE on Instagram, had been a house guest of Kingston’s for the last three months. He had been recording Kingston for a documentary series.
The musician wanted the videographer to film something and called his cell phone. However, the cell phone’s battery had died, leading Kingston to look for the director.
The videographer claimed that Kingston was upset and punched him before dragging him into the hallway. He also alleged that the musician pulled a gun on him and told the videographer to pack his things and get out of Kingston’s house.
He posted the first video he made for Kingston on Sept. 3. GXDLIKE filmed Kingston while the musician performed at gigs and surprised fans at parties.
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Shot by me 🖤🤞🏽.”
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The videographer was left with minor cuts and bruises on his face.
“If anybody respect this man or on this man’s side for what he did to me y’all dead wrong And he know he dead wrong,” wrote the videographer on Instagram Stories.
A police report was filed against Kingston with the LAPD, but his representatives have denied GXDLIKE’s account, alleging that he was assaulted by the musician.
“Any allegations made against Sean in the past few days, including those from the videographer, are false.”
The representatives also told the outlet that the claims would be disproven and alleged that the videographer was disgruntled because he had been “terminated.”
The Jamaican-American singer has not mentioned the incident on his social media accounts, and his team had no further comment.