Thursday, December 12, 2019

Pee From Quality Control Music Accused of Assaulting Pregnant Girlfriend Lira Galore


Pierre "Pee" Thomas, CEO of Quality Control Music, home to Cardi B, Migos and The City Girls, is accused of physically abusing his then pregnant girlfriend Lira Galore...

According to reports Lira is suing Pee for $15 million claiming he physically abused her throughout her pregnancy.

Lira claims Pee beat her on five different occasions, punching her in the face, choking her, dislocating her finger and throwing her to the ground.

Lira wants Pee to have a psychiatric evaluation and be ordered to stay away from her.

Lira was previously linked to Rick Ross.

Fun Fact: Lira, who was once engaged to Pee, was pregnant at the same time as his other girlfriend Kaylar Will.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

When industry hoin' goes wrong.
He's only pulling these women because he has money cuz dayum!!!!

Anonymous said...

I can believe that. Only sis should've pressed charges & sued after the 1st time instead of having a baby with the ugly monster looking mf..she had a case at the 1st slap/punch/kick....

Snd yes he knows he's only pulling pretty girls bc of his money...thats ehy his insecure ass beating on bitches. Snd trust if he did her like that..there's other victims out there...

Anonymous said...

So this ni66a UGLY outside & inside....tf he mad for with all that loot

Anonymous said...

It's always the ugly niggas with low self esteem that beat on women. She should've been put his ugly ass on full blast. The streets said Kaylar was catching those hand also.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but how does someone get to beat you
five. separate. times?

Anonymous said...

A burnt black nigga who pushes burnt black nigga music. He is demonic trash. Why bother?

Anonymous said...

Why are these ugly dudes choosing the same type of light skin women? If these guys didn't have money and high profile exposure these women wouldn't give these uggs the time of day.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

@ 8:08

Cuz she was willing to keep taking those azz whuppins as long as ole boy was cashing her out. Sick sh*t. That woman needs psychiatric help.

ms mac said...

She knew what she was signing up for. This dude had a reputation for being trash. When you chase fire you'll eventually get burned.

Anonymous said...

Why am I not surprised by the trash responses from these assholes who don't understand how domestic abuse works. How the abused is mentally broken down into staying in these dangerous relationships. How the abuser chooses their victims, and pursues their victims.

These responders don't understand that some victims have been programmed all of their lives that abuse is okay. They were raised in abusive households where a man slapping you around is a sing of "love" or "caring". Being manhandled is seen as a man handling his business, as opposed to what it actually is, abuse.

So, stop with the "slut" shaming for who the victim chose to date. Or, suggesting clout chasing or gold digging. No matter the circumstance or the possible come up, this women was/is being abused.

Shananigans said...

She was engaged and lived with him for a while, she wasnt with him anymore when she was pregnant. SO my question is, he wasnt beating you before you were pregnant? and why SUE him instead of pressing charges like WTF am I missing

Kupcakeshay said...

@6:53PM-I'm dead!

Anonymous said...

10:51 AM

The police protects abusers, since many of them are abusers themselves. And, the interrogation process puts the victim on the defensive. Defending oneself against an abuser who knows you is one thing, but defending yourself against a stranger with a badge who could possibly take away your freedom that's a hurdle many victims don't want to deal with.

Sadly, going to the police doesn't always solve the problem. It can make matters worse. A civil suit is usually easier.

Anonymous said...

@10:47am
I was a victim of domestic violence so I know fully well how it works. We met when I was a teen, got married and then divorced. He would verbally and physically assault me while we were dating and I married him anyway. But while we were dating when family and friends kept telling me to leave I would cry about how he loves me and run back to him. When the police came knocking on the door because the neighbors heard us breaking all kinds of things I would tell them it was just an argument and ask them to go away. When he put me in the emergency room and the doctors and nurse asked me on the sly if I was in danger I would say everything was ok. My point is everybody wasn't turning their backs on me and plenty of people offered to help even if I didn't think I needed help. So my question to you is when are the abused ever held accountable for their actions or inaction? If a person is suffering at the hands of another and they know they have options, when should the abused person take responsibility for the role they play in staying with their abuser? At what point does it become about being programmed as you say instead of just being plain old stupid and stubborn. Please tell me because I'd really like to know your opinion on this.

Anonymous said...

R in NYC says:

@ 10:47

Oh so your abused ass wants to verbally abuse us and call us assholes because we see through this gold digger's bullsh*t? What makes you think we haven't experienced domestic violence as well and that's why we know what this really is?
Don't blame us because you allowed some idiot to abuse you. My policy is you leave the FIRST time he hits you PERIOD! I don't care about all the excuses (bills, kids, house) you get the hell out that situation expeditiously!
The problem is too many women want to sit around hoping and believing he will change or that they can change him. 99.9% of the time abusive men always give red flags in the beginning of the relationship. Some women choose to ignore them. Then they get in too deep and now they want to blame battered women's syndrome.
I tell every dude I meet, put your hands on me you're going to jail. No if, ands or buts about it.

12:44. You are so on point! Seriously at what point does a woman take some responsibility for her own actions? A man can only do what you allow him to do.

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