Former Pussycat Dolls singer, Kaya Jones, has received numerous death threats from liberals over her support for President Trump. According to Jones, law enforcement authorities warned that numerous threats against her life over her scheduled appearance at the Free Speech Week event in Berkeley, CA, that she and singer Joy Villa were forced to cancel their part in the event.

Only one week after the Free Speech event-goers were attacked by violent leftists and Antifa members, country music fans in Las Vegas found themselves being gunned down from a window on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Casino and Resort in Las Vegas. Kaya Jones, who is also a Las Vegas resident was one of the entertainers who appeared on the stage at the Rt. 91 country music festival. She posted this video of fans joining together to sing “God Bless America” only one hour before they were fired upon:

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Yesterday, Kaya Jones took to Twitter to call out the sick people in the music industry who, much like Harvey Weinstein preyed on her group of young women.

Twitter user Benghazi Stacy told Kaya that she needs to start calling out names of these predators:

Jones replied:

Jones then went on to tell how bad the abuse really was. Jones claimed it was bad enough that she walked away from her dreams, her bandmates and $13 million record deal.:

Jones then called out the “den mother” who she suggests is responsible for the suicide death of her bandmember Simone Battle:

Simone Battle killed herself on September 5, 2014. She was loved and respected by many, including X-Factor’s Simon Cowell, who got to know Simone after she was a finalist on his X-Factor show:

Was the “den mother” who Jones was referring to Robin Antin, the creator of the Pussycat Dolls group?

Watch Antin as she discusses “bringing in new faces” to the Pussycat Dolls group to Wendy Williams in 2009:

Jones continued to rant about the abuse on Twitter, but refused to name names:

She addressed how the vultures in the industry work to get the entertainers hooked on drugs.

Kaya Jones explains why she never outed the people responsible for the horrific abuse:

She reminded the person or people who are responsible for the abuse, that she kept a journal and it’s not over yet.


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