US rapper admits he'd let Drake sleep with his wife for a feature

US rapper admits he'd let Drake sleep with his wife for a feature

- A US rapper has admitted that he would let Drake have sex with his wife just to get a feature

- Trouble shared that he wouldn't have a problem with letting his women sleep with Drake in exchange for a verse

- Social media users have shared mixed reactions following Trouble's strange admission

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US rapper Trouble has admitted that he would let Drake sleep with his wife for a feature. The She A Winner hitmaker took to social media recently to let peeps know that he doesn't have a problem with Drake sleeping with his wife as long as he would get a verse from him.

Instagram account Say Cheese TV reposted Lil Duval's Twitter poll about whether men would let the Toosie Slide hitmaker have sex with their wives in exchange for a verse. Trouble took to Say Cheese TV's comment section on Instagram and shared his opinion on the poll.

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"Why not? They gon f**k 'em for free anyway if he slide in her DM... Y'all soft *zz n*ggaz dont reply to me eitha. You'll neva undastand ah street n*gga mental #OnLord."

XXL reports that Trouble has retracted his thoughts about letting Drake smash his wife. According to the publication, Trouble set the record straight on his Instagram Stories.

"When I said that sh*t, and I don't even got no wife, so don't be taking that sh*t literal. I'm talking about a little snack you might just be f**kin' around on or something. You don't think I'm finna let her bust down on Drizzy for a verse? When I'ma make millions out that verse? And if he slide in her DMs anyway, she gon go?"
US rapper admits he'll let Drake sleep with wife for a feature
US rapper Trouble has admitted he'll let Drake sleep with his wife for a feature. Image: @troubledte6, @champagnepapi
Source: Instagram

Trouble, Mike WiLL Made-It and Drake dropped a song titled Bring It Back in 2018. Social media users have reacted to Trouble's two cents on the matter. Check out some of their comments below:

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@shawn_winner95 said:

"He's that desperate for a Drake feature, like damn!!!"

@KingKwaku23 commented:

"Lmao, they got a track already so this is weird."

@HaileyJTheReal wrote:

"He wants another and he’s prepared to do anything for it apparently."

@jayisnoodle said:

"His wife would sleep with Drake for free. That man's down bad."

@HappyVibesWorld commented:

"How you disrespect your wife like that?"

@_theaux wrote:

"Let!? Is she not a human being? Is it not HER choice?"

@LordLee___ added:

"He knows that a Drake feature makes you instantly a number one hit, smart man."

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mlindo The Vocalist has taken to social media to apologise for his trending video. A video of Mlindo seemingly drunk is doing the rounds on social media.

The Macala hitmaker took to Instagram on Wednesday, 2 December to share a statement apologising to his fans about what happened on Monday night. He was in the middle of his performance at an event in Soshanguve when he suddenly fell and had to be carried off stage. In the viral video, Mlindo can be seen totally out of it and being carried off stage by a bodyguard.

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"I would like to sincerely apologise to my supporters and everyone for everything that took place in this past weekend. I will not get into details but I take full responsibility of my actions, and I will not blame it on anyone but myself."

The star promises to behave when he goes out to perform next time. Mlindo added:

"I will be better and act better next time."

Social media users have taken to his comment section to share mixed reactions to his post

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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