Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has responded to DJ Khaled saying that he refuses to perform oral sex on women.
Recently, a clip from a 2015 interview with The Breakfast Club circulated online, showing Khaled saying that he “never” performs oral sex on his wife, adding: “I don’t do that”.
Khaled continued to say that, despite this, he still expects to receive oral sex from women. “I believe a woman should praise the man, the king,” he said, arguing that there are “different rules for men”.
Watch in the clip below.
ok so I'm convinced he has the mind of a teenage boy pic.twitter.com/epzhPjceny
— Got Student Loans Homie Quan (@howcomeyousmell) May 4, 2018
Khaled’s comments have been met with a backlash online, with several celebrities reacting to the news.
Actor/wrestler Johnson tweeted: “As a man, I take great pride in mastering ALL performances,” adding: “This is probably a little TMI”.
Ahem.. *clears throat*
as a man, I take great pride in mastering ALL performances. This is probably a little TMI.. I will now quietly excuse myself from this fun thread ?
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) May 6, 2018
Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood, meanwhile, said: “You’re seriously missing out man. Take it from someone who has pride and thoroughly enjoys pleasuring women. You should grow up.”
The band Smash Mouth also responded to Khaled’s remarks, writing on Twitter: “A King who doesn’t is no King at all”.
A King who doesn't is no King at all. https://t.co/Jg1GAlfIjI
— Smash Mouth (@smashmouth) May 4, 2018
DJ Khaled recently came under fire from Jack White, who questioned what role Khaled actually plays in his music.
The former White Stripes frontman argued that Khaled’s recent Santana-sampling hit ‘Wild Thoughts’ was “just Santana‘s song in its entirety”.
“It’s just Santana’s song in its entirety,” White told Rolling Stone, sarcastically adding: “It was nice of DJ Khaled to sit down and write and perform and record that – that was good of him! He’s an incredibly talented man. There’s no doubt about that. He does so much!”
Khaled previously responded to confusion about what he does, telling NME last year: “When I work with artists, I try to bring the greatness out of them. They’re already great, but I want the greatest… I’m in Quincy Jones mode.”