Danny Brown’s Onstage Oral Sex Incident Angers Kitty Pryde
Rapper Danny Brown is supposed to be trekking the U.S. on his Old & Reckless Tour with rapper Kitty Pryde in anticipation for the release of his full-length project 'Old.' But right now, he's currently caught up in wild rumors surrounding oral sex he received from a female audience member at a concert in Minneapolis last Friday (April 26).
No one's exactly sure about what happened. But one things certain -- something did. A very NSFW photo of Brown grabbing a female audience member by the head while her face is positioned in front of his crotch area began circulating the web soon after Friday's show.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar later tweeted Brown after he apparently heard the news and asked him very directly about the lewd act. "u really just got the head on stage stanny???" Lamar wrote.
Brown replied, "and didn't miss one bar bruh bruh." The tweet, which one can assume was Brown bragging, has since been deleted.
Some may paint Brown as misogynistic with one look at that last tweet. But Brown's opening act Kitty Pryde, who's also a good friend of the rapper, has weighed in with her own version of the events on her Noisey blog. She's "mad as hell."
"I’m mad that a person thought it was okay to pull another person’s pants down during their performance in front of about 700 other people," wrote Pryde. "I’m mad that a person thought it was a good idea to perform a sex act on another person without their consent. I’m mad that nobody made her leave. I’m mad that Danny had to actually wonder what he was supposed to do at that point."
Kitty, who admitted she was "pretty drunk" when everything went down, also added that she believes no one cares that Danny had his pants "ripped off onstage" because he's a "guy" and not a "girl." She thinks the heat has been unfairly placed on him.
""The Thing" was not a thing that Danny facilitated—it was an actual sexual assault, and somehow nobody gives a f--- about that but me," she stated. Later she went even further to say that no one wants to accept the fact that "a white girl raped a black dude in front of a bunch of people."
Although details remain sketchy, Kitty Pryde's emotional account shows much discussion needs to be had about sexual assault, rape and even concert security at shows.
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