The exotic dancer who was with rapper Trouble DTE when he was killed by her ex-boyfriend is speaking out.
Rissa Royce was in her apartment with Trouble when he was fatally shot by her ex-boyfriend, Jamichael Jones, earlier this month in Conyers, Georgia.
Royce deleted her Instagram page in the days following Trouble's death. Over the weekend, she returned to Instagram to comment about Trouble's death in an Instagram Story.
"It took a lot for me to put my page back up," she wrote.
"I don't like the evil things that's being said about me all the false narratives, & the threats, I don't have nothing to prove to social media to the ones that know me personally know my heart is gold & my story will be told... this situation has mentally messed me up & traumatized me. God got me... [long live] Trouble. My Angel."
According to court documents, Royce and Jones, also an aspiring rapper, broke up a week before Trouble's murder, after Jones punched her in the nose during an argument.
Royce allegedly posted a photo of the bloody crime scene on her Instagram page. The photo was reposted on social media.
Trouble was laid to rest in Decatur, Georgia on Monday, June 13.
In addition to family members and fans, dozens of Bloods gang members were in attendance wearing matching red suits and red bandanas.
Rapper Boosie Badazz was overcome with emotion as he spoke at Trouble's funeral.
"I wanna tell Trouble thank you," he said as he wiped away tears. "He always supported me... I'm hurting for y'all because I'm hurting for five years. You know, I wasn't with him thirty years, you know. So, I just wanna tell that ni**a thank you."
Watch the video below.
Lil Boosie fighting back tears as he reflects on Trouble at his funeral pic.twitter.com/8QSdvxZNly
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