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If you clicked to see why DJ Khaled was trending on Twitter today then you definitely discovered that it is because he said he does not go down on his wife.
In a recirculated 2014 interview from The Breakfast Club, the man famous for using his mouth to repeatedly say his own name in songs revealed that not only does he not go down on his wife, he seems fairly repulsed by the idea. What if his wife decided that she doesn’t want to go down on him? That’s different, because he’s the “king” and also “we the king,” as he says at one point; there are different “rules” for men.
DJ Khaled doesn't "go down" on his wife,if you wondering why he's trending. pic.twitter.com/RnLk66N9kr— Lerato Mbongo (@AndImLee) May 4, 2018
And then came the great swooshing sound of thousands of eyes rolling and takes forming.
DJ khaled : I don't eat pussy— C.W. (@cweaverfilms) May 4, 2018
Me an intellectual: pic.twitter.com/MEQ5PeQhUn
BREAKING: DJ Khaled hired as NYT op-ed contributor https://t.co/x4RMpjQ5HV— trevor shelley de brauw (@trevordebrauw) May 4, 2018
And while there were some unoriginal jokes about Khaled’s weight, men and women seemed to be equally mad about this regressive view (and also mad that they now know about Khaled’s sex life).
It’s sad that he equates sex to him achieving his role in a power dynamic, which likely is not include mutual pleasure pic.twitter.com/ZH1WvtmFGV— *ickenhead *oppin (@dile_heaux) May 4, 2018
Richard Marx stepped in to let everyone know he definitely eats.
1. He’s missing out. 2. I bet some other guy isn’t. https://t.co/pvUzRTPToK— Richard Marx (@richardmarx) May 4, 2018
Smash Mouth did too, but they’re known to be pro-pussy-eating.
A King who doesn't is no King at all. https://t.co/Jg1GAlfIjI— Smash Mouth (@smashmouth) May 4, 2018
There were also side-revelations about what Smash Mouth means.
ooohmygod pic.twitter.com/l7Xb1Gw3Wp— kent sheely, the narrator (@ksheely) May 4, 2018
This Snapchat of Khaled’s wife, Nicole Tuck, telling him to shut the fuck up provided some balance.
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.