The difficulties of Joe Budden doesn’t seem to end so far. Weeks after Rapper turned Podcaster Joe Budden is not having a good time. Even after the heightened fame and success, he received through his podcasts. His troubles behind, seem to haunt him till the end. The past few weeks looks as if a bunch of chickens has come to roost him. Joe is once again in limelight for his abusive behavior with Cyn Santana, As deciphered by the leaked audio wherein the conversion between the two goes on Cyn reminds Joe of a previous instance in which he allegedly “chased and dragged her”. Furthermore, no details are shared by Cyn in the audio and she drives her conversation in the direction of their child and says Joe was befuddled in the situation. But he denies all her sayings as if nothing ever happened as such.
Cyn Santana andTahiry both have similar confessions
Be it Tahiry OR Cyn, both women were proposed by the podcaster on air. Both women have confessed to Joe being abusive towards them. Budden’s previous appearance on the reality show Love and Hip-Hop: New York revealed an insight into his relationship with both ladies. In a recent interview with Hollywood Unlocked, Tahiry admitted -About the contumelious relationship she shared with the “Pump it Up” rapper. She stated-It all started from verbal abuse and ended on her broken nose and ankle. She, however, tried to endure it in the last 10 years but eventually shot down the idea of being together. The audio that leaked up looks like a similar pattern of belittling behavior of Budden with Cyntana. In the 13 minutes audio, it is clearly heard that Budden wants to meet Cyn in person but she replies-
“Why Budden wants to meet her, To drag, chase and hurt her again”?
Turmoils in Professional and Personal Life of Budden
Back in 2018, Joe Budden stardom rose to a new height, when the rapper turned into the podcaster after giving his Hit show”The Joe Budden Podcast”.He started with podcasting in 2015, but signing a mega-deal with Spotify changed his charms. That also has come to an end as announced by Budden in late August-
Budden says-“September 23rd, I cannot tell you where this podcast will be,” he says. “But as it stands, I can tell you where it will not be, and that is Spotify.”