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DJ Khaled 'Women Should Praise The Men' Interview Resurfaces; Here's How Twitterverse Reacted

 

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Record producer and hip-hop mogul DJ Khaled is under fire after a previous interview, wherein he made a couple of misogynistic comments, has surfaced.

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In an interview with The Breakfast Club in 2015, the 42-year-old shared his controversial view about what the dynamic should be between a man and a woman.

"I believe a woman should praise the man — the king," he told the radio show. "If you're holding it down for your woman, I feel like the woman should praise."

He also said that the man should, of course, return the favor by praising the woman... but through all the wrong ways. The father of one explained that the way he praises his woman was through providing her a nice to live in, beautiful clothes, and by taking care of her family.

The show's female host clarified that by saying the man should be praised by the woman, he meant he never goes down on his partner.

"Nah, never," he responded. "I don't do that."

He reiterated that he is doing his work by providing to his family and that somehow exempts him from pleasuring his partner. He, however, expects his wife to give him oral sex.

"You got to understand that I'm the king of the house," he stated. "It's different rules for a man. You got to understand that, we the king."

The report was first covered by The Root.

Twitter Reacts

The interview immediately went viral on Friday, May 4, and became a trending topic on the social media site, Twitter. Everyone had an opinion regarding DJ Khaled's sex life, including some celebrities who slammed the star for his comment.

iZombie star Rahul Kohli says that the DJ needs to grow up.

Evan Rachel Wood of Westworld agrees.

Others made fun of the radio and television personality and his recent confession.

YouTube star Jeffree Star and a few others pointed out the blatant misogyny of Dj Khaled's statement during the interview.

Even the Dictionary.com weighed in.

DJ Khaled has not responded to the controversy as of this writing, but he has posted several photos of his wife on Instagram.

The news comes while DJ Khaled is celebrating a new milestone for the track "I'm The One." His collaboration with Quavo, Lil Wayne, Chance The Rapper, and Justin Bieber has crossed 1 billion views on YouTube. 

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