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Women are flooding rapper Plies’s social media after he confessed he has never been out on a real date.

Women have been stalking Plies’ timelines ever since he bought new teeth. But now Plies is really in demand.

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The 47-year-old rapper took to his Instagram page to share his 2024 New Year plans. Including going out on a “real” date for the first time.

In a two-minute clip, Plies sang along with Johnny Gill’s classic track “My, My, My” playing in the background.

    “Put on your red dress / And slip on your high heels / And some of that sweet perfume / It sure smells good on you / Slide on your lipstick / And let all your hair down / ‘Cause, baby, when you get through / I’m going to show off you.”

Afterward, Plies confessed:

“I done made a commitment to myself tonight. Listen… this year, I’m going out on a date. I’m going out on a date! I ain’t never went out on a real date, ever, in my life. I just ain’t never did it.”

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Plies continued:

“I got a lot of reasons why I ain’t never did it, but I ain’t never did it. I wanna go out on a full date. I’m talking about pick you up, get out like a gentleman, open the door for you. [laughs] I’m paying for everything!”

“I done paid for everything – I done did that all my life. But I want to go out on a full [date]. I wanna hold hands! Everything. You know, I ain’t never held hands in public… ever, in my life… ever!”

Ladies were shocked to learn that Plies has never been out on a date.

They all offered to be the first to show him what he’s been missing.

Unfortunately, Plies’s confession can only mean one thing: he’s emotionally unavailable.

According to Psych Central, the signs of an emotionally unavailable man are:

    Lack of emotion

    Avoiding intimacy


    Can’t talk about their feelings

    Avoiding situations that involve emotions

“When we say someone is emotionally unavailable, we mean that they are not comfortable feeling their own emotions, sharing emotions with others, or being present and responsive to someone else’s emotions,” says Dr. Lindsay Jernigan, a licensed clinical psychologist in South Burlington, Vermont.