Masika and the Toni D. Rivera, founder of the R.O.S.E. Organization, are clashing over the kidnapping video she made to promote her Only Fans page.

In the now-deleted video posted on her Instagram page, Masika is wearing undergarments, she appears to be crying and she’s covered in bruises.

She claimed she was being held in an unknown warehouse and her captors would only release her if people joined her Only Fans page and tipped her.

That did not go over well with the mass.

Masika later claimed the video was done to bring awareness to human trafficking and she went on to plug the R.O.S.E. Organization and all the work they do to help victims of sex and human trafficking.

Toni D. Rivera, the founder of the R.O.S.E. Organization, took to the streets of Instagram to denounce the video and said while she appreciates the plug, she never asked Masika to create a video like that.

Toni went on say the video “triggered” her.

I said I appreciate her mentioning R.O.S.E., but no. That was not the right way to do it. 

Sh*t, she actually triggered me a little bit. I had to get my mind right and get myself together. 

In no way, shape, or form is Masika the spokesperson for R.O.S.E.

No way, shape, or form are we accepting money from Only Fans, fans only, whatever the hell it is. No.

R.O.S.E. is my organization. I did not approve or ask Masika to do a video at all. 

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Toni’s video led to this exchange keystroke quarrel with Masika:

Never one to leave well enough alone, Masika took to her Instagram page to pull receipts of her affiliation with the R.O.S.E. Organization.

The caption read:

“Your exuberant enthusiasm, your life story and an established trajectory of committing to serve others is most honorable. You are the kind of person we need on our platform. More important, you are who the world needs to see to heal broken hearts and restore the lives of women, children and men to wholeness.“

These were the beautiful words that welcomed me to to the board of advisors at @r.o.s.e._organization hmm. My platform is what you wanted until you got it & saw how difficult it is to stand firm and maintain your purpose while others try to tear you down. This is my daily life. I take the bricks thrown at me and build mansions. Toni you allowed the negative comments to supersede the end goal: saving lives and rescuing women and children.

@tonidrivera I understand how difficult it is to stand firm under pressure, especially when you’re not used to the type of social media bullying that I receive on a daily basis, so I’m not upset at the fear you’re displaying. It’s hot. Yes. But the same hot water that hardens an egg softens a potato. I thank God that I harden in the fire while others that walk beside me soften. That does not make them weak, it simply means that we shouldn’t be in the same pot.

Even though you took your very 1st moment of press to turn on me, instead of using it to bring awareness, I’m very happy that you have the spot light because the heart of your organization is beautiful, and I still stand firm in my support with @r.o.s.e._organization and its efforts to save victims of human trafficking.

It is with great sadness that I am choosing to step down from the advisory board, but this will NOT slow down my efforts in this battle.
Respectfully -MK

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Toni D. Rivera posted another video and this time she was very perturbed.

It’s so unfortunate that one video, done in poor taste, has brought attention to this organization for all the wrong reasons.

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