The Gabbie Show Just Debunked "Every Single One Of RiceGum's Lies"
3 April 2017, 14:25 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:25
The saga continues.
The Gabbie Show has been on an emotional rollercoaster this week. Not only did she simultaneously accuse RiceGum of hitting her and then going back on these words, but Gabbie has now come out with another video aimed at debunking every lie he is about to make in an upcoming Diss Video (at the time of writing, this Diss Track has been released and is dissected below).
Gabbie is still holding strong on her telling of the events which saw RiceGum allegedly twist her arm, scratch her chest and legs, and then smash her phone onto the ground in front of a crowd of people. However, she does seem deeply sorry that the story has gone so public, and even admits that she doesn't think "this is something that should be an online drama thing".
You can hear Gabbie debunk these lies in the video below:
At the end of the video, she leaves a sobering message for people watching at home about the casual nature of RiceGum playing off accusations of physical assault on a woman; "To say to your young, impressionable fans - to say that it's okay to hit someone if they annoy you - that violence and physical aggression is an appropriate response to somebody's words? It's not".
On the flip side, RiceGum recently uploaded his own version of events in a Diss Track video on April 1st (only hours after Gabbie's video was uploaded). At the beginning, he takes the time to recreate the incident between the two of them in which he apparently only grabbed her phone and threw it on the floor, and no physical threats were made or acted towards her person.
RiceGum also goes into detail about what it's felt like to be the most hated person on the Internet the past few days after being accused of hitting a woman, something which he still insists is not true. With only one eye witness coming forward to defend the whole situation being on RiceGum's side of events, it's becoming difficult to see a light at the end of this particular saga.