A woman who says she was attacked by Soulja Boy at his home last year is now suing the rapper for assault and battery.
Kayla Myers says she attended a party in Malibu on February 1, 2019. When she decided to leave the party at around 2:00 a.m., Myers got into an argument with Soulja Boy’s female assistant after Myers struggled to back her car out of the driveway.
According to Myers, the argument turned physical and she ended up on the ground after someone tried to break it up. At that point, Myers says Soulja Boy “approached yelling profanities, kicked her, stomped on her stomach and bashed her head with a large gun.”
In the lawsuit, Myers says the rapper, born DeAndre Cortez Way, then held the gun to her head and “told her she was going to die that night and she would not make it home.” From there, Myers says Soulja Boy then instructed the assistant to take Myers inside the garage and tie her up with duct tape. She says she was dragged by her hair inside the house and made to take two showers before she was led into the garage.
Myers says she was left inside the garage for four hours while the female assistant and another man watched over her. At some point, Myers says the other man said he would let her go if she agreed to perform oral sex on him. Myers says in the lawsuit that she felt she had “no choice but to perform oral sex on him in order to escape the garage.”
According to Myers, she was allowed to get her purse and leave but says that Soulja Boy would not give her back her cell phone. The phone was eventually retrieved and Myers says the rapper then stated, “Now get this b—- outta here before I knock her down the stairs.”
Myers later filed a police report and went to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with three fractured ribs and a facial contusion.
She is suing Soulja Boy, the female assistant and the other male for assault and battery and false imprisonment, among other claims, and the other male for sexual battery. Myers is seeking unspecified damages.
A rep for Soulja Boy could not be reached for comment.
Pamela Chelin contributed to this report