Wu-Tang Affiliate Rapper Who Supposedly Cut Off His Own Dick Proves He’s Very Much Still Intact

The proof is in the peen.

A few years ago, it was reported that Andre Roxx had cut off his own penis — something the rapper really wants everyone to know isn’t true.

After the Wu-Tang Clan affiliate lost a libel lawsuit against TMZ for falsely reporting his name on Wednesday, he was still determined to clear himself in the public eye.

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And what better way to do that than gifting the internet with a full body shot showing his manhood is still very much in tact?

Following his court setback, Roxx — whose real name is Marques Andre Johnson – took to Facebook to reveal his dick is the real deal, writing in the caption:

“Case dismissed on a Technicality huh? OK so I guess there is no way I can maintain my dignity AND clear my name, so fuck it. Here’s what you’ve all been waiting to see.”

Roxx urged his followers to send the screenshot of his peen to the outlets who refused to retract the articles and clear his name.

The lawsuit, filed in March 2016, came after an April 2014 report claimed that Johnson was rushed to the hospital after cutting off his penis and jumping off his balcony.

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However, the person who actually committed the self-mutilation act was another rapper affiliated with the hip-hop collective, Christ Bearer. (Who, BTW, later said he was proud of the surgery decision.)

In his lawsuit, Johnson alleged his association with the story has damaged his career, and “has made it exceedingly difficult for Plaintiff to earn a living even outside of the music industry.”

But the complaint was dismissed by a judge because it was filed after Pennsylvania’s one-year statute of limitations expired. We guess in this case, the early bird gets the worm?

At least Johnson’s name (and penis) is cleared in the court of public Twitter opinion. Feast your eyes on the evidence (below)!

[Image via Twitter.]

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