Philadelphia vocalist and R&B artist Jaguar Wright said she suffered sexual assault and misconduct at the hands of hip-hop artists Common and Talib Kweli.

On Monday, a clip of a recent Instagram Live featuring Wright made its rounds on Twitter, reports HipHopDX. In the clip, she details an experience where she says she rejected Common's sexual advances and he later tried to force her into oral sex.

“God damn Common. Next thing I know, we go to bed and he’s like, ‘C’mon Jag.’ I’m like ‘No, no, no. I’m tired n***a. I was on the stage all night. I want to lay down.’ I laid down with my clothes on. I’m a rape survivor. I know how to buy myself a little time,” she began.

Wright said she grew up learning how to protect herself and has no problem “booking off in your jaw” if someone tests her. The 43-year-old, who was involved with Common romantically, said she stopped associating with the rapper after the assault.

“The next thing I know I’m waking up in the morning and I feel something poking in my face and s**t,” she said. “I open my mouth and this n***a tried to stick his d**k in my mouth while I’m asleep. Lonnie f**king Lynn, Rashid, Common — whatever the f**k you want to call yourself. That’s why I stopped f**king with him, because n***a if you gonna try to stick your d**k in my mouth while I’m asleep, there ain’t nothing you won’t do.”

The singer revealed that her relationship with Common changed after he hooked up with celebrated recording artist Erykah Badu. Wright said that Badu’s song “Booty” was inspired by her previous dealings with him. She was also critical of Badu for not using her platform to honor Malik B’s memory.

“Then he got with Erykah and then Erykah was jealous as f**k of me. That song 'Booty' on that second album. That s**t was about me. She made that s**t up at Black Lily in New York. That line, ‘Your booty might be bigger but I still can pull your n***a but I don’t want him,’” she said.

The Philadelphia native also made allegations against Kweli, who she said peeped in on people changing after sets at a venue in New York. 

“F**king Talib Kweli used to come to Black Lily in New York and hide out in the green room when we were getting changed, especially me, to watch me get dressed and undressed before I got on stage," she said. "And then wait for nobody to be looking to sneak out. … I been holding all this s**t too, trying to make all you crazy backpack motherf**kers look good.” 

In another Instagram Live session, Wright criticized fellow Philly-area artists Questlove and Black Thought of The Roots following the July 29 death of their bandmate, Malik B.

“I’m a little disappointed about that post Questlove put up too. I’m just gonna keep it a bean,” she said. “That’s what drove me crazy, sitting here holding all these lies and I don’t know why I’m holding these lies anymore. You wrote a sonnet about him and oils, talking about a ‘lighter side of Malik.’ What do you mean a lighter side of Malik?”

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Questlove wrote a post on Instagram in late July praising Malik B as his “oil guru” but spent hardly any words describing the artist's musical talent or contributions to the industry.

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???? by @tdoteric A lighter tale of Malik Abdul Basit As a true Bol from philly you know that one’s oil game HAD to be on point. I came in this game rockin oils since age 9. Most of yall joke about me smelling like Breakfast (thx Kravitz clan) but long before my vanilla combo mastery my true graduation from basic Frankincense & Myrrh morphed into new exotic philly jawns like “Mecca Musk” & “Somali Rose” & “Egyptian Musk” & yeah…..”Money On the Street” & “Hug My Neck Aphrodisiac” Malik introduced me to that world. Even before Malik was in the Roots —-he was my oil guru. IYKYK…there is no panic like the last drop of oil w no re-up in the future. I been bugging Malik for my “$OTS” re-up. Paged him 911 (ask your parents kids) he was hard to catch but I knew I had some leverage bait this time: these were my last days interning at #RuffhouseRecords. I was everyone’s plug for all free cd’s/lp’s & especially Kriss Kross posters for anyone’s younger sibling or cousin Tim Dog’s sophomore Do or Die just came out (his “I Get Wrecked” single w KRS made brief noise for a sec) & I had 6 songs from the not yet released Cypress Hill “Black Sunday” lp——that was just enough to garner a “word? BET!” confirmation from Malik to tell me that him & Mussa (remember the cat dozing off watching TV in our “Distorion” vid? Him) would scoop me in a half hour. Confused I thought it was gonna be an even exchange (having paid him upfront weeks ago at a show I thought he was gonna drop it off——ha ha ha yeah ok They arrive to my west philly house and then Malik breaks the news to me: we gotta take a trip to “Norf” to get the oils. I wasn’t planning on this. But oh well. It was 3pm. Malik told me the particular fragrance I dug was a mixture of 3 import oils from Saudi Arabia (his parents often taught school there) my dad was already on his cynic “fool me once….” bag with Malik from a previous sale: “that boy tried to hustle me with Blue Nile that wasn’t all the way Blue, I know Johnson’s baby oil rebranded when I smell it”)——Malik told me we’d have to run to grab 2 oils & then West Oak Lane for the other oil, & then to South Philly so he can mix em together. Uh (checks Swatch) ok.

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Wright found her big break by linking up with The Roots and touring with them in 2001, according to the Virginian-Pilot. That same year, she sang back-up vocals for Jay-Z’s Unplugged live album. In 2002, she capitalized on her new acclaim by releasing her first album, Denials, Delusions and Decisions.