Here's a major key alert for DJ Khaled: Women like oral sex too. He says this excuses him from one particular marital duty, because, "It's different rules for men. And a man should praise the queen", he told the outlet before beginning to explain how he feels that should be expressed.
Lauren Giraldo had some choice words for the DJ's sexist comments, as she wrote: 'does dj khaled live in 1950'. And a man should praise the queen. I just can't do what you want me to do. We the King. There're some things that you all don't want to do but got to get done. Asking further, the female host asked if he never even on her birthday, he said no. "You gotta understand, we are the king".More news: Surgeons dismiss Trump's London knife crime claims as 'ridiculous'
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YouTube star Jeffree Star and a few others pointed out the blatant misogyny of Dj Khaled's statement during the interview. "Take it from someone who has pride and thoroughly enjoys pleasuring women".
"Walking on the Sun" hitmakers Smash Mouth also opened up on the situation, writing, "A King who doesn't is no King at all". "You should grow up".
DJ Khaled doubled down on his commitment to his future wife and the couple's 18-month-old son Asahd.
Social media users began roasting DJ Khaled for his opinions shortly after the interview clip was reposted.