All eyes are on Afrika Bambaataa, famed hip hop producer, and former leader of the Zulu Nation.
Over the past month, four sexual abuse victims have come out against the 59-year-old, alleging he molested them when they were younger.
One victim, Ronald Savage, claims he was only 15 when he was abused by the Planet Rock artist in the '80s. He told The Daily News:
"I want him to know how much he damaged me growing up. I was just a child. Why did he take my innocence away? Why did he do this to me?"
Savage hopes his speaking out will pressure New York lawmakers to reform the state's statute of limitations in sex abuse cases, which says victims can't pursue criminal charges or civil litigation after their 23rd birthday.
A former bodyguard Shamsideen Shariyf Ali Bey even followed up these victims' claims in an interview with radio host Star, adding there have been "hundreds" of young boys since the '70s.