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“If Bambaataa wants to retain his credibility, he needs to step up and talk about what happened here,” says Star, the former Hot 97 and Power 105 DJ whose real name is Troi Torain.Bambaataa — born Kevin Donovan in 1957 — was a warlord with the Black Spades street gang during the “Bronx is Burning” 1970s when he took a trip to Africa that changed his life. MAN CHARGED WITH MOLESTING BOYS SAYS HE'S INNOCENT Bambaataa organized legendary parties in parks and other places that drew huge crowds and sparked the hip-hop scene that continues today.“It was just about fun, hanging out, listening to music,” Savage says. Nobody bothered me back then because nobody messed with the Zulu Nation,” he recalls. AGENCY HIT WITH LAWSUIT FOR OVERWORKED, UNPAID WORKERS “He came to my house.

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“Neither of the two men were given authority to speak on Bam’s behalf,” the lawyer says.

Star says Bambaata is eventually going to have to address the allegations himself.

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But the thrill of hanging out with the influential artist evaporated quickly, Savage says, when Bambaataa sexually abused him in 1980, inflicting deep emotional wounds that continue to torture him to this day. SEX ABUSE VICTIMS PRESS CUOMO ON SUPPORT OF LAW CHANGES “I want him to know how much he damaged me growing up,” says Savage, 50, who was known as “Bee Stinger” when he was running with the Zulu Nation, the international hip-hop organization Bambaataa founded in the 1970s. “I think the statute of limitations is unfair for victims,” he says.

“It took me all of these years to speak about this. I was ashamed.” Savage, also a Bronx Democratic Party activist, says Bambaataa was 23 years old and already perhaps the best-known ambassador of the burgeoning Bronx hip-hop scene when the rap star molested him 36 years ago. PEDOPHILE PROBED 9 TIMES FOR ABUSING FOSTER KIDS “People don’t understand that you are scared.

Savage headed the company’s hip-hop division, working with Doug E. Now Savage says he will turn his energies to reforming the New York statute of limitations, which advocates for sexual abuse survivors say denies victims justice.

“I promised myself before I die, I’m going to let the world know what happened to me,” he says.

He returned to New York and transformed the Black Spades into the Zulu Nation, an organization to promote community and unity as well as the hip-hop arts — break-dancing, graffiti and music. Bambaataa and other hip-hop pioneers — Grandmaster Flash, DJ Kool Herc, the Sugar Hill Gang, Fab Five Freddy — later took their sound downtown to the Village and the Lower East Side, where they partied and created art with punk rockers like Debbie Harry.

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