A woman who says an unknown man raped her at a party says she called Twitch streamer Kai Cenat after he invited her to the party and then ignored her questions.
Jovi Pena, a popular TikToker with over 120,000 followers, went public with the allegations on January 6, stating, “I’ve asked for assistance, but to no avail, so I decided to post about it on social media.” The alleged attacker, who gave his name as “Djigui Seck,” said that he had never met her before the attack on January 1.
Kai Cenat invited Pena to the party, and when she told him she would be attending, he suggested she sleep in a room on the second floor. He told me that I would be safer upstairs because I would be drunk and no one would bother me. “However, after I fell asleep, I believed I was safe because they were a source of solace, Kay’s solace.”
Pena claimed that after the alleged rape, she “called me to invite my friend, but I did not receive a response, and the rapist told me he had left, which I later discovered was a lie.”
Pena also showed text messages between herself and a man named Kai Cenat that explained what happened, as well as pictures of Kai Cenat and the man who accused her of raping him, saying that they were friends.
Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest updates on esports, gaming, and more. Pena wrote in the caption, “I sent him a photo of this man but did not receive a response until I had solid proof that they knew each other, and even then I was not told his name.” In a later tweet, Pena showed a picture of a rape kit and said she had been raped.
“I don’t believe that Kay is the perpetrator,” she continued, “but he was involved, and whether you agree or disagree, that is a fact.” He was the only person I recognised at the party, and he forced me to go upstairs to make something happen. “A place for everything.” As of this writing, Kai Cenat has not responded publicly to Jovi Pena’s post. We’ll update this post with any new information.