In the legal notice, Fetty warns her team that if the footage isn’t taken off online media, including social media, she would be sued.
Alexis’ attorney then told TMZ that the video was leaked without her permission either, and that she is considering legal action as well.
“I have a lawyer handling everything, so I have no need to speak to him,” Skyy says at the mark of the interview, which you can view above. ” TMZ recently obtained a copy of the cease-and-desist letter Skyy’s attorney sent to Fetty’s camp. 10), Skyy went on Instagram and posted, “All of this is so crazy & embarrassing!!
“If he wants to contact me, he knows how to call me. The letter clearly places the blame on Fetty for the leaked video. That’s my homie, but I did have a little crush on him while I was in my relationship.” Then, at the mark, Skyy explains she has no interest in fixing her past relationship with Fetty. To think SOMEBODY would want to expose my personal life with the world is so disgusting but I have faith in Gods work & I know I’m covered!
The unexpected leak of the Fetty Wap sex tape has led to an interesting few days for the Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star, especially since it’s been reported that the only people who had the tape are Fetty and his co-star Alexis Sky.
Now, after 48 hours of rumors and gossip, one of the two participants has broken her silence–and she’s not afraid to drop some truth on both Fetty and Masika Kalysha’s heads.
Related: Amber Rose: ‘I Like to Feed’ “When I was dating Fetty, as far as he told me, I was the only person he was seeing,” Masika said. I asked him if there were any girls that were going to feel any sort of way that we’re together and going these places?
In 1956, the world’s first partly automatic car phone system, Mobile System A (MTA), was introduced in ...
Mitchell successfully pushed Motorola to develop wireless communication products that would be small enough to use anywhere and participated in the design of the cellular phone. Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher and executive, was the key researcher on Mitchell's team that developed the first hand-held mobile telephone for use on a cellular network. Using a somewhat heavy portable handset, Cooper made the first call on a handheld mobile phone on 3 April 1973 to his rival, Dr. Engel of Bell Labs. As I walked down the street while talking on the phone, sophisticated New Yorkers gaped at the sight of someone actually moving around while making a phone call.