“The Breakfast Club” Host Anglea Yee Said DJ Khaled’s Oral Sex Comments Are "Immature"
Tuesday - 08/05/2018 09:26
“I just don’t know where he got these ideas from or why this is ingrained in his head, and I was very happy to see that most people did not agree with him,” Yee told BuzzFeed News.
Radio host Angela Yee told BuzzFeed News she was surprised to see The Breakfast Club’s 2014 interview with DJ Khaled resurface at the end of last week in which he said he doesn’t give his wife oral sex but expects to receive it “because there are different rules for men.”
“I just don’t know where he got these ideas from or why this is ingrained in his head, and I was very happy to see that most people did not agree with him.” Yee told BuzzFeed News.
The resurfaced footage was originally featured in a tweet that now has over 27,000 retweets before getting picked up by The Root and other news outlets. In it, Khaled said he doesn’t ever give oral sex, explaining, “It's certain things I just don't do. I believe a woman should praise the man, the King."
Yee pushed back and asked Khaled if he would be okay with his girlfriend not giving him oral sex. "Nah, it's not okay,” he replied. You gotta understand I'm the Don, I'm the King… it's different rules for men.” The radio host tried to challenge Khaled at the time, but now that the interview has gone viral, Yee said, “Hopefully Khaled is now going to rethink this.”
“Truthfully, it is immature to say that you don’t do that to your wife,” Yee said. “This is your wife who you love who you have your son with, so I would think that he probably does even freakier stuff in the bedroom with her. That’s not even that freaky.”
According to Yee, Khaled is an open book when it comes to most things that go on in his life, but this was a rare interview because “he’s never really open about his sexual life.” While Yee said she and her co-hosts Charlamagne tha God and DJ Envy questioned why the video clips from their four-year-old interview became relevant again, she was happy that most people online denounced the double standard.