Glorilla admits that she spent three years in prison for stealing cereal, according to information that has reached Kossyderrickent.
However, other business owners are accusing the Memphis native and her team members of defrauding their brands. The Shade Room’s Instagram page has a video report about the accusations right now.
Kimberley Renfroe, the proprietor of a small hair and beauty supply company, claims that she paid a man who identified himself as the manager of GloRilla $1,000. The 23-year-old rapper was expected to get the cash in exchange for promoting some of her company’s products as part of an endorsement arrangement. The man accepted the payment and then demanded additional money before he ultimately ghosted Renfroe.
A choreographer claims she had a similar experience with Glorilla. She says the Memphis native and her team are responsible for reaching out to her for a five-hour dance lesson for $1,500. Once the class allegedly happened, she says she never got her money.
“I was made aware that an individual has been impersonating members of my team and deceiving people for money as part of a scam. I’m looking into the issue, but I’d like to encourage all my fans and supporters to be very careful with how they communicate with online strangers. It’s important to do research and take the appropriate steps to prevent yourselves from being victimized by cybercriminals posing as celebrity teams,” she says in a statement to FOX13 Memphis.
Of course, this story arrives shortly after the Memphis native made headlines for seeking a personal assistant. She was offering $550 per week for the position.
A previous video of the 23-year-old just started appearing online, according to other reports about the woman. She expresses her love for Chief Keef in the tape shot before she became famous. The Memphis native lip-syncs to pre-recorded music as an image of the “Love Sosa” rapper shows in the background.
“This is your man? the audio asks. “Yeah,” she promptly pretends to reply. After the audio states to “look at the screen,” she does so with admiration and says, “That’s mine.”
Watch the video below: