Rapper Talib Kweli was accused of s*xual harassment, by a woman who he collaborated with musically. The woman, an artist named Res said in court papers that Talib was s*xually inappropriate with her in the workplace.
According to FADER, "Res first spoke out via Twitter on June 1. She tweeted that Kweli was sitting on her solo material and refusing to release it. She went on to post a screenshot of an alleged 2014 email from Greene, in which it appears the rapper admits to having tried to kiss her."
Talib vehemently denied he accusations. According to Talib - he merely "made a pass" at the woman. And Talib claims that the two were NOT working together at the time.
Talib managed to get the s*xual assault claim tossed out of of court too. Look:
The FADER report continues, "Kweli's response came via a screenshot of a court document, revealing that the pair are engaged in a legal battle. He stated that Res was dropped from Javotti Media in 2013 for “for disrespecting my employees and for failing to turn in an album I invested in.”
And Talib managed to KNOCK BACK Res' claims further. You see, when she tried to EXPOSE Talib to his wife, Talib explained that his wife "already knew" what he did. Suggesting that the two may have an "open marriage."
Here are pics of the women claiming that Talib was inappropriate with her.
According to court documents obtained by Pitchfork, Kweli and Javotti Media sued Ballard in 2016 for breach of contract and a copyright violation.
"In September 2016, Ballard filed a counterclaim, which states that she provided Javotti Media with the album. She also countersued Greene for sexual harassment. Judge Carolyn Wade dismissed Ballard’s counterclaim, noting that “the elements are not sufficiently pled.”