Trick Daddy's ex-wife Joy Young is speaking out after his "eat a booty gang" comments went viral on social media.
The 47-year-old rapper-turned-reality TV star revealed his distasteful fetish on a recent Drink Champs podcast hosted by N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN.
During the interview, the Miami rap legend, real name Maurice Young, was asked about his "eat a booty" gang.
He said he's looking to expand the "franchise" to include women who are also into analingus. Trick Daddy said women are eagerly performing the sex act on men.
He insisted, "Women eating the booty, too... Yea, I get ate out!"
When N.O.R.E. asked if he put his legs in the air during the sex act, Trick responded, "It depends" on who's dining.
However, Joy claims she never shared Trick's nauseating fetish when they were together.
"He's been with other women other than me," she wrote on her Instagram Story.
"Y'all already know that at what point did these encounters happen I have no idea. I am not the source. Leave me out of it."
While Trick's ex-wife distanced herself from his extracurricular activities, R&B singer Tank supported Trick's sexual proclivities.
"FYI that man ain't wrong for enjoying pleasures from his woman. My new single feat @trickdaddydollars 'Let That Woman Eat' coming soon!"
Former rapper Trick Daddy is trending worldwide after he revealed he's expanding his analingus club to include women.
"Analingus" is a polite way of saying someone prefers to have their anus stimulated by a mouth, fingers or an inanimate object.
The rapper-turned-reality TV star revealed his particular fetish on a recent Drink Champs podcast hosted by N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN.
At one point during the conversation, the Miami rap legend was asked about his "eat a booty" gang. He said he's looking to expand the "franchise" to include women who are also into analingus. Trick Daddy said women are eagerly performing the sex act on men.
"I'm building the franchise up now. Now I'm getting the women to support the eat booty gang... Women eating the booty, too... Yea, I get ate out!"
Watch the full episode below.
A 21-year-old woman pulls in $10,000 a month acting like a puppy on OnlyFans. The Austin, Texas resident created an OnlyFans account to earn a little extra cash for bills.
But after posting "vanilla" content for 18 months, Jenna Phillips told The Mirror the money was slow rolling in. That's when Phillips decided to begin acting like an adorable puppy on the subscription platform.
"I have always acted like a puppy, but not in a sexual way at first. I used to pretend I was a puppy when I was growing up," Phillips, 21, told the Mirror. "Looking back on it now, it's kind of always been there. I just didn't know there was a scene — I just thought it was my personality."
She added: "When it comes to pet play, the majority of girls do kittens, foxes or rabbits, and the majority of puppies are men. I thought about it for a long time when I first got into pet play. I feel like a dog."
Phillips is among a growing number of people raking in cash on OnlyFans by playing cute animals.
The "furry fandom" is a subculture community of people who dress up in giant animal mascot costumes. But "furries" take their animal obsession to a different level - one that involves a fur fetish. They are capitalizing on their fetish on OnlyFans.
Phillips doesn't go that far. She avoids dressing up in fur. Phillips earns over $10,000 a month posting kinky videos on OnlyFans. She has a following of 215,000 on TikTok.
Phillips told Vice she earns enough money to quit her job as an optician and dedicate herself full-time to puppy play, including eating dog food out of a bowl.
"It's insane," she told Vice. "I never thought my weird dog kink would be looked at by a broad audience, or that so many people would like/care about it. It still blows my mind."
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She currently tips the scales at over 700 pounds. But that's not enough.
“The plan is to reach 1,000 pounds and become immobile," said Monica, 27.
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