Rapper Shy Glizzy has been accused of sexual misconduct by
OnlyFans model Sky Bri after the two collaborated on his long-delayed White
Girl video last month. During a recent appearance on No Jumper, Sky claimed to
have been coerced into taking a strange pill, followed by Glizzy suggesting she
perform oral sex on him without warning after he exposed his penis.

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According to a TMZ report, the model said she previously
worked with Glizzy for a photoshoot a few months ago and immediately accepted
his offer to appear in the White Girl video despite reducing her pay from $5000
to $3000.

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During the 10-hour video shoot, Sky claimed Jefe repeatedly
asked for sexual favors and things finally came to a head after he and his posse
cornered her in the kitchen. She caved under pressure and took the pill she
believed to be molly but still finished her work, Sky added.

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The model claims Glizzy canceled her appearance fee
altogether. Sky sought refuge with Whipalo, the director of the White Girl
video, and the film crew who ensured she reached home safely.

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Shy Glizzy is known for his albums such as Fully Loaded and
mixtapes such as Young Jefe 3 and Don’t Feed the Sharks. White Girl, the
Cardo-produced track taken from his Young Jefe project from 2014, recently
reached a milestone by being certified platinum by the RIAA. To celebrate that
achievement, Glizzy released a music video that co-stars Sky Bri. The
Whipalo-directed video shows the DMV rapper linking up with Bro and showing her
his ways but in the end, things don’t go as Jefe would have hoped.

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Glizzy penned a note on Instagram to celebrate pushing
White Girl to one million units sold without a major label’s distribution,
radio support, or bankroll. He also revealed that he owns all the masters and
publishing to the party starter, which means he collects all the cash the song