VICELAND recently premiered aired its first episode of “The Therapist,” a show that focuses on the private experiences of various celebrities. Featured guests sit down with Dr. Siri Sat Sam Singh and discuss their pasts, life changing experiences, and what lies beneath each public figures outward appearance.
The first person to grace the show was rapper Freddie Gibbs. The Indiana rapper opened up about the 2015 sexual assault trial that involved two young women who followed him to his hotel after a nightclub performance. Giggs denied all charges and was eventually acquitted, however, had he been found guilty, he could have served up to ten years in prison.
Gibbs digs deep and expresses just how difficult the trail was for him and how it has changed his views on furthering his rap career.
They wrecked my name. They put a black eye on my name. That’s something I would never be involved with. I have a daughter, sister, mother… it’s traumatizing.
Because he was charged in Paris and one of the young ladies was from Austria, he did jail time in both countries. Gibbs talks about the frightening experience the international prison created for him.
The language barrier alone was frightening.
Watch the full episode here.