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50 Cent talks about Michael Rainey Jr.’s sexual abuse on camera: “LOL, he’s fine”

Michael Rainey Jr.’s appearance in a recent stream by Tylil James, aka TyTy, is attracting attention after the Power star was groped without his consent. In the online clip, Rainey is approached by a person identified as James’ sister.

50 Cent saw the video of his Power Star being sexually assaulted and responded: “LOL, HE’S fine.”

“Wait, sexual assault 😟 from a male perspective that was an aggressive approach. LOL HE is fine, no charges will be filed. 🤷🏽‍♂️,” 50 wrote on Instagram.

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The incident occurred with children standing right in front of Rainey, and a friend who was nearby came over to stop the incident after witnessing it.

James commented on the incident after the stream ended, saying, “The energy shifted and the n***as got up and left. All that shit really affected me.”

Rainey talks about this moment on Instagram:

“By now everyone has seen the video circulating online. I am still in shock and don’t know how to process what happened last night. This is an unfortunate situation that I do not condone in any way. I cannot take it lightly because I know that if the roles were reversed I would be in serious trouble. The fact is that sexual assault is never okay, regardless of gender or status. We are all human and should respect each other. Most importantly, we should always respect ourselves.”

James added his own official statement: “My little sister was completely wrong and misbehaved. What she did was very inappropriate and unacceptable. I am truly embarrassed and disgusted by her behavior. I completely respect whatever Michael chooses to do in this situation. After seeing the clip, I was completely shocked by what she did. I will be taking extreme precautions on future streams to avoid similar issues and have banned her from participating in future streams.”