What Was Fact And Fabricated In Zola’s Story?

November 18, 2015  |  
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I told y’all before, as far as I’m concerned I could care less about the validity of Zola’s story. I was entertained and I would pay money to watch it all unfold again in the theaters. But, I guess, when there are real people involved, people can become a stickier for facts. So Rolling Stone, reached out to Aziah “Zola” Wells to get to the real behind the story that had the internet going nuts. And it turns out, with the exception of a few details, Wells is sticking to her story.

And yes, she still claims that she was not sleeping with any johns that weekend. I happen to believe her but there’s certainly no proof.

Rolling Stone also reached out to the “white b–ch” who got them all into this predicament in the first place. Jessica Rae Swiatkowski maintains that she did not prostitute herself that evening, that Zola was the only one “trapping.”

But based on her quotes from the rest of the interview, it seems she’s not being completely forthcoming. Keep your eyes open, you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about. But before we get to that, check out the facts and fables from the story gone viral.

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