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Dahvie Vanity-We Can’t Forget This

As many of you know by now, Dahvie Vanity was the former lead singer of “Blood on the Dance Floor,” during the Myspace music era in the early 2000’s. He’s now trying to rebrand himself with the name, “Kawaii Monster,” and currently has an active Instagram page (with the comments currently set to limited, of course.)

What’s scary is that with this rebranding, comes a new fanbase, which is actually working! This is exactly why we need to keep this conversation going. It’s been said that Dahvie has raped and assaulted around 100 underage girls and it’s terrifying to think that there could be more.

Most of you are probably wondering, “How can these new fan girls deny the evidence that’s easily accessible?” From my experience exposing alleged predators, even with a lot of evidence backing it up, many people stay in denial. So many people tend to think that their favorite celebrities are perfect and can do no wrong, even when it comes to women my age and older.

That doesn’t mean we should just throw our hands up and surrender, though. I know that not only can we convince some of these new fans, but also, the more we keep getting the word out, the more likely that justice will finally be served for the survivors.

I want to take a moment and address JayyVon Monroe, one of the other former members of “Blood on the Dance Floor.” I am fully aware that Dahvie bullied him, paid his medical bills, and would often threaten not to pay for serious bills such as his HIV medication. That does not absolve him of being complicit. There were many occassions he could have gone to the police, called them, something. He should’t have stayed quiet. There’s no excuse for that.

Also, there’s a video of Jayy with Dahvie making fun of Jessi Slaughter (who is now non-binary and goes by Damien.) Slut shaming them, as well as participating in a song that slut shamed them once again.

A few months ago, an anonymous source sent me a message on Twitter regarding Jayy and “Blood on the Dance Floor.” They informed me that they were a victim during that time period. They also stated that Jayy does know more than he’s admitting to and wants him to own up to it.

In case you’re wondering, no, I haven’t forgotten about Jeffree Star. I was appalled by his interview with Chris Hansen and the excuses that he made. This was his chance to own up to his mistakes he had made during that time but chose not to. The one thing that I’ll agree with Jeffree on is that Jayy needs to own up more. Other than that, Jeffree further proved that he knows how to manipulate and can easily come across as very convincing to those who may not know him well.

Please, let’s keep this conversation going. Don’t stop talking about him. I’ll also start uploading videos again in July and will be following this case more closely on my small Channel. If you’re one of his survivors and haven’t had a chance to speak yet, I’d be more than happy to talk to you for this blog. I will keep your name private if that is want you want. Your voice deserves to be heard.

Mackenzie Branham: police cover-up?

Donald Branham is your typical father; a man who would sacrifice anything for his children. The concept of losing a child is one that could only exist within nightmares. Unfortunantly for Donald, this nightmare has now become a cold harsh reality.

In 2006 Mackenzie was an articulated little girl. 8 years of age, parents divorced, she would often split her time between mother and father. On April 27th, 2006 Mackenzie had been staying with her mother. It would later be discovered, during post-mortem testing, that she had been previously raped, more on that later.

In the early morning hours, a sudden, amd mysterious fire, took place. Mackenzie’s mother Maryanne, her boyfriend Kenny, and suspiciously enough the dog, managed to escape unharmed. While they stood outside the blazing inferno, in the second floor bedroom a little girl would perish.

The house where Mackenzie sadly lost her life. Her room was located on the second floor.

Protocol, under normal circumstances, state that a fire containing a death are to be treated as a homicide until otherwise proven. However, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department failed to uphold this. In fact, it appears that they have willfully sabotaged the entire case. It makes a person wonder why. We began asking questions about the boyfriend, keeping in mind the claim of rape.

As it turns out, Kenny had family within the department, one being a sargeant. Initially, Mackenzie’s death was ruled “accidental.” It was then upgraded to “suspicious,” and finally “homocide.” We know, from our investigation, the police destroyed the investigation. Early on, Mackenzie tested positive for semen, this is conclusive of rape. Being that she was in the home with her mother, and her boyfriend, that narrows the list of suspects, though this remains inconclusive.

Within the first month of Mackenzie’s death, the Fayatte county sheriff’s department had already began destroying the evidence. The destroyed evidence wasn’t minor things, either. Clothing, 9-1-1 calls, etc. seemingly began to vanish. All evidence that could identify the rapist, and potential murderer, destroyed. While we aren’t big into conspiracy theories, this is extremely suspicious for a department to do…especially so early into an open investigation.

What we are providing, within this article, is just a brief description into this case; we haven’t even discussed the deeper aspects of what has happened, this will have to be done in a future article. Mackenzie was a young lady who did not deserve the cruel fate that was bestowed upon her. She did not deserve the confirmed rape nor being burned alive. For her father, Donald, his love for his kids, as well as Mackenzie’s memory, drive him toward seeking the truth: why was she killed?

You can look at the evidence for yourself, there is simply to much for us to share here. To do that, you can join his Facebook group here.