‘All he tells you is lies’
Well chile… we’re only three days into 2023 and the drama isn’t over yet!
John Gabbanaformerly known as Boonk Gang, recently became the subject of conversation after his mother, Simona Ariel, called him a liar.
Where does this come from?
Looks like Simona created an Instagram the day after Christmas and has posted several times a day since then. She even addressed his abuse complaints when she said that after one of his viral Boonk Gang videos showed him vandalizing a store, the police went to her home. and to prevent him and his brother from going to jail, she had to pay damages. She admitted to punching him after the incident, but insists that’s not the whole story.
After I pay your f—- up, I only have $34 left in my account until the next payday. So YEEESSS BOOK!!! I hit you in s— with my fist.. I’m sorry. Next time tell the whole story.
In other videos, she denies claims that they grew up “in the hood” and used to scavenge for food, saying she won’t be deceived again.
She also denied the claims that he was raised in foster care stating,
DOES BOONK ONLY SAY HE IS BEEN BUILDING IN FOOD CARE?? WHEN THE? WHERE? When Boonk was 4 years old, he stayed with his mother’s aunt for 12 months. When Boonk was 7 years old, he stayed with his stepfather’s cousin for 11 months.
Simona said she gave her son many opportunities to tell the truth, but after noticing that he was sticking with her version of events, she refused to be silent anymore, saying This story is character defamation. And, she’s telling her story to anyone who will listen – she’s even pulled a microphone out of a store and denounced everything.
What happened to him and Vicky
But, this is not the only thing emerging. Victoria Rose, formerly known as Woah Vicky, released a statement in 2022 that John Gabbana had abused her emotionally and physically during their relationship.
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If you remember, the two went through a series of breakups and splits in 2022, after announcing their relationship in January 2021.
They even did an interview with The Shade Room Teens as a couple, where they discussed how they met and the love they have for each other. An interview his mother is currently dissecting is based on John’s statements about how he grew up and what led him to start the “Boonk Gang” character. She took to her Instagram Story to say,
LISTEN! Boonks are NOT! honest. In the end, Boonk said he never had anything.. RIGHT? BOONK your story is always changing if people listen and question Boonk’s answer, they will know he is full of s—-.
What does John Gabbana have to say?
John Gabbana has yet to address Vicky’s abuse allegations, but appears to have responded to his mother by commenting under a post that reads:
Who said I grew up in hood leather? I said that I grew up in an abusive home.
A request his mother continued to refuse.
Parents & Kids Promote Their Business on Social Media
Something is clearly going on as John and his mother are not the first in the past few weeks to go public with their business on social media.
Romeo Miller took to Instagram to appeal to his father, Master P, following the death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss, saying his father was more sympathetic to tWitch’s struggles with mental illness and ignored similar struggles of his children. This comes after Tytyana Miller’s, the daughter of Master P and sister of Romeo Miller, died in 2022, who struggled with mental illness and substance abuse.
And, let’s not forget Kel Mitchell’s daughter, who recently revealed him on TikTok for saying he doesn’t have time to parent because of his career and saying he’s already a non-existent dad. since she was 5 years old.
We hope these families find their differences.
Roommates, what do you think about families taking to social media to solve their problems?