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Lloyd Banks On Handling Groupie Affairs, “Nobody Wants To Have Their Private Sh*t Come Out” [Video]

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G-Unit‘s Lloyd Banks recently spoke on the popularity of rap groupies and shared his thoughts on Kat Stacks.

In addition to speaking on Stacks, the “Punch Line King” also revealed his past experience with groupies.

“Yeah, I would f*ck the sh*t out of her so I could say, ‘Yeah, I f*cked you first,’ she’s telling everybody else, I’m telling her a**,” Banks revealed in an interview. “Nah, [laughs], I mean, nah, you gotta be careful on a serious note, like, nobody wants that. Nobody wants their private sh*t to come out. Some things are supposed to stay that way. I wouldn’t do it on the other end, so I can’t appreciate that…I’ve done seen a lot, I’ve seen a mother and daughter, I done had a mother and daughter, women in the room already, things like that. Imagine going in your bathroom and somebody come out the closet. It’s been crazy, overwhelming man and I think it helped me, from being with women and so beautiful that you look at them and be like, ‘D*mn, how the f*ck did I get this b*tch?’ It kinda preps you that everything isn’t always about the looks.” (Blogxilla)

UGK‘s Bun B recently gave some advice on how rappers could avoid groupie disputes.

“You have to be smarter than your d*ck,” he revealed in an interview. “That’s just being real. When I say that, I mean not allowing sex to make dumb decisions for you to the point where you don’t even allow your brain to interfere. If it just comes down to a physical thing and you let sex lead the way, you are going to be in trouble time and time again…Make sure the n*ggas that surround you have dealt with women on a mature level. Because that’s where the problems starts. A lot of these cats have never really had a woman before, especially the caliber of women that comes with our career. And that’s something that a lot of these cats can’t turn down. You have to make sure you are surrounded by experienced men.” (VIBE)

Earlier this year, self-proclaimed Young Money groupie Kat Stacks accused rappers Fabolous and Bow Wow of having her physically abused.

“yes its true @myfabolous life sent people today to smack me up at the bar & they stole my phone & recorded it. i dare yall to blast it.”

“got my a** wooped? it was 2 n*ggas yelling @myfabolouslife & @bowwow name … im a female u got 2 n*ggas to hit me LOL lame.” (Kat Stacks’ Twitter)

In addition to Fab addressing the rumor, Bow Wow also came forward to say he had no relationship with Stacks.

“Of course I had no involvement with it,” he promised in an interview. “It’s so far fetched for me. Come on, man, everybody knows I make records for girls…I’m not an evil person. I don’t condone violence. That’s just the type of person I am. I just feel like, if anything, positivity is always the way out. So I think that maybe if she humbles herself a lil more and be positive and go about things differently, then hopefully she’ll be alright…but that’s not my style. I don’t put hits on people, I’m in the music business…if I wanted to fight, I’d be in the MMA.” (XXL Mag)

Check out Redman speaking on Kat Stacks below:

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