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Rapper Hitman Holla Claims ‘Racist’ Doctors Laughed At Girlfriend’s Pain After She Was Shot In The Face

The ‘Wild ‘N Out’ star’s girlfriend Cinnamon was shot in the face during a home invasion in Oct. 2021.

Rapper Hitman Holla is blasting what he believes as a “racist” doctor who he claims laughed at his girlfriend. On Jan. 18, the “Drownin” artist took to his Instagram to accuse a doctor after he dismissed his girlfriend Cinnamon who was shot in the face last year.

Posting on his social media page, the 33-year-old claimed that the physician at North Side Gwinnett Hospital in Lawrenceville, GA had laughed at Cinnamon when she shared about her pain and discomfort while speaking to her on the phone.

“I HATE RACIST A** PPL !!!! MY GIRL WAS SHOT IN THE FACE SHE IS EXPERIENCING REALLY BAD PAIN BECAUSE OF NERVE DAMAGE,” he captioned his post.

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Adding, “THE DOCTOR CAME IN VERY RUDE TOLD HER ITS NO WAY FOR HER TO BE FEELING THAT PAIN HE BEEN DOING THIS FOR 16 years HE EVEN LAUGHED WHILE SHE CRIED 'Your all ova the place' IN THE ER.”

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It’s unclear what occurred after Cinnamon and Holla spoke with the North Side Gwinnett Hospital.

BET previously reported in Oct. 2021, Hitman Holla said that four people broke into the couple’s home when his girlfriend was home by herself.

In an IG post, the Wild ‘N Out star explained that a bullet went through her cheek and out the back of her head.

Hitman Holla born Gerald Fulton, Jr., is a recurring cast member on Wild 'N Out since season six in 2015. Most recently, he appeared in an independent film She Ball, directed and co-written by Wild ‘N Out creator, Nick Cannon.

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