Here's Why Twitter Won't Stop Dragging DJ Khaled

A 2015 Breakfast Club interview with DJ Khaled resurfaced online Friday (May 4) and found the veteran producer making some questionable comments about women, which many deemed sexist.

Among the many gems, the platinum-selling artist said a woman should “praise” the man and explained that because he’s the “king” of the castle, she should be submissive to him.

“A woman should praise the man, the king,” Khaled said. “If 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 … ‘How was dinner? You like the house you living in? You like all them clothes you getting? I’m taking care of your family, I’m taking care of my family …’ You know, I’m putting in the work.”

But Khaled’s old fashioned views of women aren’t what got people riled up on Twitter, it’s his admission that he refuses to perform oral sex on his wife Nicole Tuck.

“Nah, never,” he said. “I don’t do that.”

For the past 24 hours and counting, Twitter has had a field day with Khaled’s confession. Meanwhile, Khaled, Tuck and their son Asahd are (literally) on a yacht somewhere in the middle of the ocean, screaming, “We the best.”

Great morning 🇧🇸 #FatherOfAsahd @wethebestmusic

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Considering it’s been three years since the interview, perhaps things have changed in the Khaled household but that possibility hasn’t stopped Twitter from dragging Khaled from here to kingdom come.

Check out some of the best reactions below.



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