Paul Wall Confesses His Biological Father Was a 'Serial Child Molester': He Did 'Horrible Things'

When making the revelation, 'The Peoples Champ' artist divulges that his father left him, his mother and his sister when he was only five or six years old.

AceShowbiz - Paul Wall has made a major confession about his biological father. In a new interview, "The Peoples Champ" artist divulged that his dad was a "serial child molester" who did "horrible things."

The 40-year-old made the revelation when appearing on the "FAQ Podcast". Explaining that his dad left him when he was only five or six years old, the emcee added, "I never knew what happened other than my mom would always have me and my sister paranoid that we were 'bout to get kidnapped."

"But then later on in life, I asked my mom one day, like, 'Whatever happened? Whatever happened to him?' That's when I found out horrible things," the hip-hop star contiinued. "Man, I can't believe this stuff! My biological father, he was a child molester. A serial child molester.

Paul went on to unveil more disturbing stuff that his father did. "He ended up kidnapping a girl - he started a 'relationship' with her when she was 12 years old, 13 years old. Then when she became 14 or 15, he 'married' her and they went to Canada and that's the last time I seen him," he said.

Paul was not the only rapper who had an awful past. When speaking on "Hotboxin with Mike Tyson" podcast in July 2021, Kevin Gates admitted that he had been sexually abused as a child and he used music for "an escape."

"I never said this in no interview or no podcast or anything like that. I grew up real, real violent and real aggressive. Not because I wanted to be, but I was molested as a child," Kevin divulged. "So, I had this fear of being vulnerable. I took every kind of martial arts you could take."

"I even boxed; I did everything. I wanted to be the toughest person on earth. But writing and making music was always an escape for me," the rapper went on elaborating. "I never had the nuts to come out and say that. This is my first time saying this today."

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