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Meek Mill says Dream Chasers Records is cutting ties with Vory over domestic abuse allegations

Photos of Meek Mill, Vory.
Meek Mill/Vory. (Shutterstock/Lev Radin; Instagram/vory)

Meek Mill has said that his Dream Chasers Records will be cutting ties with rapper and singer Vory.


It comes after Vory was publicly accused of domestic abuse by his girlfriend Janae Daugherty, who on Tuesday shared a video of him threatening to have her killed.


In the video, Vory is seen ordering Daugherty to remove her phone’s access to their home security camera.


“I will literally get you killed, for real," he then threatens.


Daugherty, with whom the Dream Chasers signee shares a child, also posted a second video which shows Vory aggressively shouting at her.


“I’m not doing that. You don’t run this. I do! I do! I do! I do!” Vory can be heard shouting while Daugherty backs away and begs him to stop.



As well as the two videos, Daugherty posted a lengthy Instagram story in which she detailed further abuse she alleges Vory has subjected her to.


"You are a disgusting person,” she wrote, adding: “Stop playing on my name before I post the videos of you punching me in the face, spitting on me and threatening to kill me while pregnant."


On Wednesday, Meek re-posted Daugherty's videos on X, the platform previously known as Twitter, and confirmed that Vory will no longer be a Dream Chasers artist.


"This guy is not a dream chaser! He has a mental problem!" Meek said of Vory, who signed to the label in 2020.


"We cutting ties we don’t care how ya music sound," he added.



Vory, who in 2019 won the Grammy Award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for his work on Jay-Z and Beyoncé's "Everything is Love," has yet to publicly address Daugherty's allegations.


Representatives for the 26-year-old did not immediately respond to Rising Rap's request for comment.


Anyone affected by abuse and in need of support can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-7233). Advocates are available 24/7 and can also be reached via live chat on thehotline.org or by texting "START" to 88788 or "LOVEIS" to 22522.

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