Music Industry Tragedy: Daughter of Aswad Ayinde on ID Go Full Episode (link)


The music industry was rocked to its core a few years ago when this story came out. Discovery ID actually has the full account by his daughter who had two children by her own father.

Aswad Ayinde, the director of The Fugees’ music video ‘Killing Me Softly,’  

is accused of sexually assaulting his five daughters and impregnating three of them. Aswad Ayinde’s former wife testified in state court that he raped each of the girls because he believed the world was ending and his offspring would be the sole survivors.

Aswad Ayinde

Beverly Ayinde said the 50-year-old had an ongoing relationship with all the girls and said she was afraid to speak up against the immoral behavior because Aswad threatened to kill the family if anyone were to disclose the “dark secret.”

The alleged assaults reportedly took place at an abandoned funeral home in East Orange.

In all, five of Aswad’s daughters were allegedly raped. Four of the girls were apparently Beverly’s daughters.

According to court documents, the grandchildren were delivered by both Beverly and Aswad. Aswad, who was arrested in July 2006, was described by prosecutors as a “blueblood,” or someone who believes in keeping his bloodlines pure.”

He is expected to be tried in five separate cases for the alleged attack..The first trial is expected to take place this spring, where Aswad faces counts of aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, lewdness, child endangerment, aggravated criminal sexual contact, and criminal sexual contact.

In all, Beverly said she had a total of nine children with Aswad.

To the outside world, Aswad Ayinde was a hit music video director who worked with groups like the Fugees.

But to his daughter, Aziza Kibibi, he was a repulsive monster who did horrifying things in God’s name.

After years of suffering, she finally escaped to reveal the truth about him. See the whole story “One of His Women” here.

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    • …about the show or the story? The show? I am a big fan of these types of shows. The story? I don’t remember probably in industry circles. You appear to be such a well rounded and positive person with these circumstances. Of course, I don’t know much about your personal life off-camera but you have shown it to be true that it’s not what happens to you, it’s how you respond. KUDOS Aziza


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