When it comes to his views on sex,Â DJ KhaledÂ pretty much blows.
In an interview with The Breakfast Club radio show from 2014 that went viral on Friday, the musician made some controversial comments regarding how he views the roles of men and women between the sheets.
In a nutshell?
DJ Khaled is just gonna lie there while you do all the pleasuring, okay?
âA woman should praise the man – the king,â the 42-year-old music producer explained when asked why he doesn’t believe in going down on his mate.
âIf you holding it down for your woman, I feel like the woman should praise. And a man should praise the queen.
But you know, my way of praising is called, ha-ha, âHow was dinner?â, âYou like the house you living in? You like all them clothes you getting? Iâm taking care of your family, Iâm taking care of my family.'”
Khaled says his only job is to “work” and it’s up to the woman in his life to perform a certain other type of job when he desires it.
(A blow job. We mean thatÂ Khaled still expects to receive blow jobs, despite his refusal to perform cunnilingous.)
He can’t be serious, though, right?
He must head downtown on fiancee Nicole Tuck sometimes, right?
âNahhh. Never!â he replied. âI donât do that.â
So how does he react when a woman won’t take his penis into her mouth?
HA, he shot back to this question.
âItâs different rules for men,â he said. âYou gotta understand, we the king. Thereâs some things that yâall might not wanna do, but it got to get done. I just canât do what you want me to do. I just canât.â
First, let us say that we feel terrible for Tuck.
Second, let us turn it over to Twitter to see what users on this platform have to say.
Even bisexual actress Evan Rachel Wood chewed Khaled out, writing online:
“Youâre seriously missing out man. Take it from someone who has pride and thoroughly enjoys pleasuring women. You should grow up.”
There was also this perfect reaction from someone on the Internet:
Hmmph…interesting. Looks like he eats everything in sight.
Heck, even the band Smash Mouth had something to say in response to Khaled’s antiquated notion of sexual relations:
“A King who doesn’t is no King at all,” reads the message on this band’s Twitter account.
Harsh. But also appropriate and hilarious.
So, you tell us female readers:
Would you date a guy who refused to pleasure you and yet who demanded pleasure from you because he thought of himself as far more important in the grand scheme of life?