DJ Khaled is the talk social media right now but it’s not about his music. Folks on Twitter are upset over a 2015 Breakfast Club interview where he revealed that he doesn’t give oral sex to his wife Nicole Tuck.
In explaining why he doesn’t pleasure his wife orally the Miami producer’s said some things that have been deemed sexist and chauvinist.
“A woman should praise the man, the king,” he 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 praising is called…‘How was dinner? You like the house you living in? You like all them clothes you getting? I’m taking care your family, I’m taking care my family…' You know, I’m putting in the work,” he continued.
So when Angela Yee asked him if he ever went down on his wife he replied, “Nah, never. I don’t do that.”
So therefore, in Khaled's mind, he doesn't have to perform cunnilingus on his wife since he's the "king" the castle but his queen must perform oral duties on him.
Khaled’s Neanderthal opinions a women's role in the household had people on Twitter upset and they quickly dragged the super producer up and down their timelines.
Overwhelmingly, most the men slammed Khaled for not pleasuring his wife orally. However, in doing so, they also poked fun at his weight. Others feel sorry for Tuck because they feel that her desires are not being reciprocated in the bedroom.
"DJ Khaled is misogynistic. He said he only 'praises' his wife by asking her if she likes the house she lives in, asking her if she likes the clothes she wears, and asking her what she cooked for dinner. No wonder why his wife is always cursing his ass out. That is not 'praise,'" wrote one fan.
Another person tweeted, "Men mocking the bejesus out DJ Khaled for not going down on his wife are giving me hope about humanity."
Meanwhile, DJ Khaled isn't bother by the slander. The We the Best CEO along with his wife and their son Asahd are enjoying their vacation (see below).