- Hip-hop DJ Khaled got into some trouble online after posting a video of women twerking on his page
- Khaled got dragged online for posting explicit videos during Ramadan when Muslims are fasting
- Social media users were not happy with DJ Khaled and felt that he was disrespecting his religion
DJ Khaled was raised Muslim and is committed to his faith but recently rubbed social media users up the wrong way with a twerking video. DJ Khaled was surrounded by women clad in bikinis and they were twerking on him - much to the distaste of his Muslim fans.
The rapper recently released a new project and it looked like he was doing some promotion for it. However, his fans were disgusted with the videos, especially because it's during the time of Ramadan, which is a holy period for Muslims.
During Ramadan, Muslims are meant to dress in a conservative manner to show respect to Allah. DJ Khaled didn't do much wrong, but the women around him were deemed to be disrespectful to his culture. Check out the video here.
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DJ Khaled got dragged on social media for his actions and fans were just not impressed:
"He should be dragged online every day."
"Yall can't be serious, since when he been following the Muslim rules, and them nasty surgery bodies should be the ones getting dragged."
"If it was a Christian during Easter people would be all over this too. Religion means you are doomed if you are normal."
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Drake got labelled the Artist of the Decade by Billboard magazine. Drake has been giving the world banger after banger for a whole decade now and is getting some recognition for his work.
According to Billboard, Drake is the Artist of the Decade and it's not hard to see why he's been given this title. The rapper is gearing up to release his latest album titled Certified Lover Boy and it is highly anticipated.
Drake always raises the bar and social media users think that his next album is going to be no different.
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