Two women have accused Ian Connor—known recently for his collaboration with Kanye West—of sexual assault. Last week, Malika Anderson wrote a blog post titled “Ian Connor Is a Rapist, and I Know Firsthand.” Anderson alleged that Connor raped her in October of 2014. Subsequently the singer Jean Deaux came forward in a post titled “For Malika” alleging that Connor raped her in 2013.
Connor addressed the allegations on Twitter last week, writing “Ain't No Coincidence I Make My First Big Magazine Cover For A Bitch To Make Up Allegations For Her Own Self Esteem Purposes.” Last night he went on a lengthy Twitter screed. “Your Hate Doesn't Stop Me From Making 5 Digit Numbers A Month Nor Does It Stop My Influence In The World,” he declared. Later he added, “I Ian Conor Am Not A Rapist Nor Do I Condone Rape In Any Shape or Form, I Don't Respect Liars Nor Forced Situations.”
See his tweets below.