Writer who spread the Rihanna and ASAP Rocky news backtracks on his first report
After the sensational news about the alleged breakup between ASAP Rocky and Rihanna broke, there was a lot of controversy that followed. Allegedly, the rapper cheated on the R&B singer after she found out he cheated on her with shoe designer Amina Muaddi. The initial rumor caught fire after writer Louis Pisano wrote the entire story without backing from any source. Over the next 24 hours, all hel broke loose and one of the parties involved immediately came out to dismiss this as a blatant lie. Designer Amina Muaddi was the first to come out and state that the entire rumor was an evil lie that was aimed to directly hurt all parties involved.
Not long after that, both Page Six and TMZ came out with their own versions of the story. TMZ claimed they spoke to a source who is directly connected to ASAP Rocky and Rihanna, they immediately said that the entire story was ‘1 million per cent not true’. It didn’t take long for the person who spread the rumor first was getting harrassed by both Rihanna and ASAP Rocky’s fans. Louis Pisano needed to come out with a statement that could clarify what he worte but the damage is already done. Getting back from this as a wirte will be almost impossible, nobody will believe another piece he ever publishes.
How did Louis Pisano respond?
This is what Pisano posted on his Twitter account: “Hi all, so I’d like to address the situation. Last night I made a dumb decision to tweet some information I had received. I’m not going to talk about sources, blame others for a discussion that was started because at the end of the day, I made the decision to draft that tweet. I pressed send and put that out with my name on it. So I’d like to formally apologize to all parties I involved with my actions and for my wreckless tweets. I fully accept the consequences of my actions for my tweets and any harm they caused. I have no excuse for it, I’ve been way too wrapped around in Twitter drama.”