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Remy Ma explained why she prefers male Uber drivers in a discussion about sexism across all industries.

In an interview with Ebro in the Morning, the 41-year-old rapper said she believes in traditional male/female roles.

While Remy praised independent working women, she also admitted there are things men do better than women.

"Unfortunately, whatever field you're in - if you're a woman - your gender is probably gonna be placed before your occupation," she said.

She also admitted she never chooses a female Uber driver because she believes women can't drive better than men.

"Female Uber drivers. I tell people all the time: that's, like, my biggest thing, if I see it I'm declining it," she said. "Because I don't want a woman driver, period. Because most women can't drive, I'm sorry."

However, Remy was quick to say she trusts her own driving.

"I drive amazingly, I'm Nascar fast car," she said.

"But, for the most part, one time I got into the car [with a women driver] and I was peeling the skin off my eyelids. She was stopping at yellow lights... I'm telling you I know it's a problem because I do it in certain instances, and I am a whole woman that is all for female empowerment, but I don't want a woman driver."

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Dancing with the Stars Season 29 contestant Jeannie Mai stepped out on a date with her fiancé Jeezy at Nobu in Malibu, CA. on Sunday night.

The couple complied with the local face mask ordinance as they dined at the restaurant and lounge.


The 41-year-old Capricorn rocked a loose fit, faded denim outfit with black heels and a bedazzled face mask whereas the "Love in This Club" rapper, a 43-year-old Libra, wore matching jeans with a maroon army fatigue sweater and matching shoes.

Jeezy carried a doggy bag and the couple held hands on their way to his leased Ferrari.

Jeannie is still getting backlash from Black women regarding her comments about being a "submissive wife" when she and Jeezy tie the knot.

"Well for me, submit does not mean that you are lower or less important than your man," Jeannie told Tamron Hall.


"Of course, Jay and I respect each other very equally. What I mean is in my work life, in my actual life, I own my businesses, I run my team, I make all of the decisions and I lead entirely in the outside of my life. So in my home, I want my man to lead. I want him to take in what I would like and what my wishes are, what my dreams are, and then incorporate it, making the overall decision that’s best for our vision together."