Joe Budden Podcast Episode Allegedly Removed After He Revealed He Previously Faked Putting On A Condom On During Sex: Yes I Did That, 1000%
Media personality Joe Budden is once again in the hot-seat for his controversial comments.
The podcast host is facing backlash after revealing on a recent episode of The Joe Budden Podcast that he’s previously faked putting condoms on, which many pointed out is actually a crime. Following intense criticism, Joe Budden, 42, allegedly opted to remove the episode from all streaming platforms. However that didn’t stop social media users from debating the topic, with many attacking his character and some claiming the comment was nothing more than a joke.
During the episode, Budden sated:
“Even I done walked in a corner and faked like I was putting a condom on before….Yes I did that….1000%,”
Joe Budden reveals that he has faked putting a condom on during sex on a recent episode of his podcast. The original episode has since been removed from all platforms and a new episode has been uploaded with no audio. Thoughts, #Roomies? (?/?: @gettyimages @thejoebuddenpod ) pic.twitter.com/IeaGgqj6ol
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“That was my poor execution…of my plan after I mastered it – which was to just bust through the landscape….Let me go find the thinnest condom in the world and bust through it.”
It’s unclear if any women have felt victimized by Budden in this sense. However, the podcaster does have two children. A 22-year-old son named Trey and a 4-year-old son Lexington, who he shares with model/reality TV star Cyn Santana.
While his co-hosts collectively laugh at the story of him planning to cum in women without consent, one refer’s to Budden as a “sicko”, to which the former rapper responded:
“Nah used to be…please don’t misrepresent me”
Following the episode’s release, many people were conflicted about Budden’s statement. Some feel that the “Pump It Up” artist deserves jail time, while others hailed the comment as nothing but a joke.
By standard of many laws the action of “stealthing” is considered sexual assault. The term is defined as when a man purposely removes or damages a condom during sexual contact without telling his partner. At this time, California is the only US state where the action is illegal.
Seemingly due to the intense condemnation of Budden’s statement, the episode was replaced on the entertainers platforms. The father of two took to the instagram comments on The Shade Room writing:
“Y’all really want all Black men in jail lol”
Joe has not made any other comments publicly about the episode or statement at this time.
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