Over the weekend, a video depicting a woman who is believed to be 90s sitcom star, Maia Campbell in need of some serious assistance at a gas station surfaced.
Atlanta-based rapper T-Hood shared a video of the “In The House” star on Saturday. According to VIBE, T-Hood can be seen taunting the actress, and expressed no remorse for his actions.
In the video, Maia can be seen pumping T-Hood’s gas and disclosing details of when a man allegedly raped her. She is also seen asking him for drugs.
The video garnered national attention, with many—including “In The House” co-star and Grammy award-winning entertainer LL Cool J— asking for assistance in located Campbell.
Instead of pulling out your phone and filming someone who’s obviously having trouble. Maybe lend a helping hand? A kind word? @MaiaCampbell
— LLCOOLJ. (@llcoolj) July 10, 2017
In response to a wave of criticism regarding his actions, T-Hood took to Instagram to defend himself and to let the world know that he wasn’t sorry.
“Y’all n***as would not be mad if I posted a White girl,” he states. “If I would have ran into m****f***ing Hillary Duff, Lizzy McGuire and she was asking for crack and sucking d*** at the gas station for money for crack, I would’ve posted her too.”
Campbell, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder years ago, has been struggling with drug addiction for a number of years. In 2012, Campbell appeared on “Iyanla, Fix My Life.” As a result she reportedly remained clean and sober for two years.
Whoever this is, let’s hope this young woman gets some help.