Treach Comments On 2Pac's Rape Accuser Speaking Publicly For the First Time


Earlier this week, Ayanna Jackson -- who accused 2Pac and three other people of raping her in 1993 -- spoke publicly for the first time on the incident that Pac served nine months in prison for.

In her chat with Vlad TV she explained how Pac, with whom she was having a sexual relationship, attacked her in his hotel room and then let his boys rape her.

Today, Pac's good buddy Treach responded to Jackson coming forward after all of those years.

"I don't condone no rape at all, nothing like that," Treach told TMZ. "You understand? That was then—[Tupac Shakur] did time for that and we know the truth."

Pac was convicted of first-degree sexual assault in the hotel room incident, but not of rape.

"Why you think, " Treach continued, speaking on Jackson's motives. "Cause she might have a book. She has to renew her thirst card to be relevant again 'cause her 15 minutes of fame ran out 20 years ago. Why would you wanna do that? Why you wanna do that? 'Cause you're thirsty.

She gon' try to write a book to defame somebody name that's not here to defend himself, when you already know that you been had relationships with him, and when you wanna extort him, and he just cut you off—you wanna say he took something."

You can check out Jackson talking Pac and Treach talking Jackson below.

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