Rap star ISAIAH RASHAD is trending all across social media today, after a video purporting to show the rapper giving TOP to a man began circulating on social media, MTO News has learned.
The video shows a man – who looks a lot like Isaiah having an intimate encounter with another man. While MTO News has not been able to independently verify the identity of the man in the video, Twitter seems convinced that it’s the rapper in the video.
So far neither Isaiah or his team have commented on the video
The rapper had a tough life, and so we hope that this video leak doesn’t end up pushing him over the edge.
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Isaiah revealed that he had been addicted to Xanax and alcohol, and was suffering from depression, anxiety and isolation during the time between the release of Cilvia Demo and The Sun’s Tirade. He further stated that he “fucked up”, and almost got dropped from Top Dawg Entertainment three times during the recording of his album. He stated that he was no long taking Xanax and only drinks social
In a 2014 interview with Vice, Rashad revealed that at 19 he had suicidal tendencies and attempted suicide a few times
Isaiah got his first big break was performing on the 2012 Smoker’s Club Tour with rappers Juicy J, Joey Badass and Smoke DZA among others. He is a founding member of the Chattanooga hip hop collective The House along with fellow Chattanooga rappers YGTUT, Michael Da Vinci (MikeyD), Chris P, and Brian Brown.
In March 2013, Rashad signed to the Carson, California-based record label Top Dawg Entertainment. On January 28, 2014, he released Cilvia Demo, his first extended play, via digital distribution. Cilvia Demo was met with widespread acclaim from music critics and debuted at number 40 on the US Billboard 200. Off the buzz from the release of the EP, Rashad was named to the 2014 XXL freshman class.
On September 2, 2016, he released his debut studio album, The Sun’s Tirade, to further acclaim. The album peaked at number 17 on the Billboard 200. On July 30, 2021, he released his long-awaited second album