According to Hitman Holla, four people broke into the couple’s home while Cinnamon, his girlfriend, was home alone.
Hitman Holla of Wild ‘N Out claims that his girlfriend was shot during a home invasion and was hospitalized this week.
Cinnamon, Hitman Holla’s girlfriend, was the horrifying victim of a home invasion, but doctors don’t seem to be sympathetic. While Hitman was out of town, Cinnamon was at home when she was shot in the face by burglars while they were on FaceTime.
Cinnamon continues to experience severe pain as a result of nerve issues, according to a recent Hitman video. The long and laborious recovery has not been easy.
We previously covered a clip of Hitman arguing with hospital staff after hearing a doctor allegedly joke with Cinnamon and tell her she couldn’t feel the pain she was complaining of.
The television personality wrote on Instagram on Tuesday that four people had broken into the house the night before while Cinnamon, his girlfriend, was alone inside. Hitman Holla stated that one of the invaders shot Cinnamon during the encounter.
In his writing, he stated, “Bullet went through her cheek and out the back of her head.” She is currently thriving in the hospital. Please send me prayers because you can’t possibly comprehend what I’m going through right now. Please pray for me, as I’m ready to lose everything.
Hitman Holla said in the post’s caption that he was “coaching her on what to do 1000 miles away” while on FaceTime with Cinnamon when the house was broken into.
He wrote, “She showed courage and fired shots to defend her home.” In another post, he shared a picture of Cinnamon lying in a hospital bed wearing a neck brace and thanked his friends and followers for their “power of positive energy love, and support” for the couple. “I can’t stop crying man, plz send positive energy our way I need it y’all I really really need it I’ve never felt this kind of pain this message was for my fans family, and friends all at once plz help us get through this”
She went on to say, “I went to the ER for help because I don’t see my doctor until Thursday, but I couldn’t handle the pain I was in,” implying that the dismissive doctor acted as though she was only there for a prescription. Cinnamon added that the doctor told her it was against the law to record him once he realized she was on FaceTime.
Cinnamon continued, “He told me he felt like I just had covid because of my body pain.” Like, “Bro, you don’t think I should have major pain problems because I broke my neck and was shot in the head by a gun?”