Rolling Ray responds to allegations of cheating on its followers

Rolling BeamAlso known as the most famous boy in a wheelchair, he has been accused by several social media users of being a scammer.

Chastity Jones, along with many other alleged victims, claims they paid Ray for Instagram reputations.

But after sending the money, they said he took her cash and rolled out.

Internet personality enters the shadow room to clarify allegations of cheating fans

The reality star took to The Shade Room to clarify those allegations, claiming that he’s anything but purrfect. Was that a big misunderstanding?

Or was Rolling Ray knowingly playing the cheating game all along? The Shade Room examines…

Rolling Ray has risen to internet fame in recent years, he’s a rapper, reality star, internet personality, for his affirmative words like “purr”.

He also calls his fans his friends, but fans say he’s anything but a friend when they claimed he took their money for shout-outs and business ads, but he never posted them and eventually went dark.

Rolling Ray Ray’s whole thing is a misunderstanding, but some despised fans claim otherwise

We reached out to Ray and he says he wants to get some things done just before the holidays. He says he’s not purr-fect, but it’s all a misunderstanding.

Last year Chasity Jones saw a post from Ray promoting prizes for shoutouts to his half million followers on his Instagram profile.

“I reached out to him and he texted me back right away,” Jones tells TSR Investigations. “He told me it was $75, I gave him cash right away and he would post me at 2pm.”

Jones, an alleged victim, wanted to promote her new personal care business, Glisten, but she says hours passed and nothing was ever posted.

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Rolling Ray promo post (courtesy of Instagram)

“I see him post an (Instagram) story of him eating and I think so you’re not busy… So I DMed him again. Instead, he just posts that he’s fed up with my $75 and he comments on everyone who comments on his page.

Ripped off fans take to social media to broadcast Ray Out for scamming her into $75 shoutouts

She went on to say that she noticed him commenting and commenting and asked Ray if he would publicize her business reputation or refund her the money.

“He immediately deleted my comment,” she says.

Jones eventually called Ray on social media and accused the internet personality of cheating on her, writing that she had spoken to other girls whom Ray allegedly cheated on too.

“Then it comes right into my inbox and says, ‘No one cheated on you,’ and ‘You’ll get mail tomorrow, no refund, thanks.”

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Pictured: a screenshot of a fan’s cash app transfer to Rolling Ray for a business reputation.

When she told him that she’d rather just have the money back and not be posted, he started sending her angry voice messages, telling her she wouldn’t get a refund.

Another alleged victim, who asked to be called by his first name only, Chris paid Ray $150 in October to advertise his credit repair business.

Alleged fraud dates back to at least 2020, promises of refunds remain unfulfilled

The reported scam dates back to at least 2020, when a third victim named Kyra Ray sent $75 for a birthday shoutout for a friend of hers, only to be similarly ignored. After Kyra posted about the issue in Ray’s comments, he finally reached out to her and told her to “stop writing to me and trying to influence.”

He ended the news by telling her he would “refund her ugly ass,” but Kyra says he never did and never does.

We called Rolling Ray directly about the allegations, and he said he has other people running his social media, including one of his ex-girlfriends, who went viral last year when a picture of him sucking Ray’s toes surfaced .

Ray says when his ex responded to fans he didn’t know if they were actually paying as his management didn’t have an organized system.

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(LR) Lumuel Plummer, Bobby Lytes, Rolling Ray, Jason Lee and Jason Tolbert attend Zeus Network’s ‘Bobby I Love You, Purr’ Los Angeles Premiere at Regal North on August 21, 2022 in North Hollywood, California Hollywood part. (Photo by Robin L. Marshall/Getty Images for The Zeus Network)

He admits he has received refunds.

TSR investigates, talks to Rolling Ray, refunds start in earnest

Days after our phone call, the people who originally called said they had received their refund, including another woman who said she paid $75 for a birthday greeting.

We must note that Ray has since made several social media posts reiterating his intention to pay everyone back and saying he now has a better system for keeping tabs on his social media ads.

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