Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz has cleared the air on speculation this week that Young Money artist Tyga‘s explicit “Pleazer” lyrics were aimed toward celebrity teenager Kylie Jenner.
According to Badazz, Tyga’s lyrics did not have his rumored underage girlfriend attached to them.
Boosie says the “felony” line was part of a metaphor referring to rough sex, but definitely not with Kylie — and adds it’s unfair to use Tyga’s old lyrics against him … an issue with which Boosie is all too familiar. Boosie was indicted on first degree murder charges back in 2010 and prosecutors tried to use lyrics of his (about killing people, mind you) as part of the case against him. He was eventually found not guilty. (TMZ)
Tyga denied the Kylie rumor on Twitter Thursday (June 18).
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Coincidentally, Boosie makes a reference to the Kardashian family on the song.
“I hit her/She backwards/Lickin’ her a–hole/My d*ck is the password/T nasty, ’bout to catch a felony for it,” he’s heard saying. Shortly thereafter, his pal Boosie Badazz carries on about having sex with someone—we don’t know who—whom he calls a “real d*ck-pleaser.” “Get it? Just stuck that Kardashian p—y/Business-minded, but most of all she nasty for me.” (E! Online)
Kylie and Tyga were both spotted together on Thursday (June 18).
Regardless of who the “pleazer” is, the song is still overtly TMI. And as for Jenner and Tyga, they’re all good. The two were spotted getting sushi in Calabasas on Thursday, June 18. (Us Magazine)