Fans React To Joe Budden Admitting To Lying About Condom Use

Social Media Drags Joe Budden For Admitting He Faked Putting On Condoms During Sex On Recent Podcast Episode

Joe Budden has admitted to having faked putting on condoms during sex on a recent episode of his podcast, and social media is not letting him off the hook.

The 42-year-old rapper and podcast host is now trending after telling his friends that he had “faked like I was putting a condom on before,” The Shade Room reports.

“Even I done walked in the corner and faked like I was putting a condom on before,” the rapper said while bursting into laughter. “(I) 1,000 percent (did that.)”

Budden Called “Sicko” For Admitting He Faked Using Condoms While Having Sex With Women

His podcast guest even called him out for the comment, calling him a “sicko,” to which Budden said he used to be one, but doesn’t not want to be characterized as such nowadays.

However, that is precisely what has happened.

Fans across social media dragged Budden for the admission, with some calling the act sexual assault and some even deeming it rape due to the lack of consent regarding contraceptive use.

Social Media Drags Joe Budden For “Stealthing” Comments, Budden Responds To Backlash

“Predatory behavior 😠” one person commented. “That’s a crime….” another wrote. “This is not funny. It’s (sexual) assault. And it’s triggering AF” a third noted.

One commenter added “To me.. that actually is the biggest deal. Not okay,” while another blatantly said “this is sexual assault.”

Another noted that Budden removed the clip from all platforms because “he admitted to a crime on his podcast.”

“They removed it because stealthing is sexual assault and he admitted to a crime on his podcast…” a commenter wrote. “This is legit a crime in California.”

In response to their claims, Budden hopped in The Shade Room’s comments and stated, “Y’all really want all Black men in jail, lol.”

His indifference to the criticism prompted even more shade, with social media users posting en masse “no, just you.”

“Wow🤦🏽‍♀️ way to take accountability,” one person commented. “(Just) YOU specifically” another wrote. “Naw just the ones who do sick s*** like that. 🗣TO THE CLINK!”

Another added, “Let’s be clear: fake putting on a condom during sex is called ghosting, and it instantly turns a consensual act into a rape. That’s for you, Joe Budden!”

Non-Consensual Condom Removal Is A Crime In California, Germany, United Kingdom

Non-consensual condom removal, or “stealthing”, is the practice of a man removing a condom during sexual intercourse without consent, when his sex partner has only consented to condom-protected sex.

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(Photo by Friso Gentsch/picture alliance via Getty Images)

Victims are exposed to potential sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as HIV/AIDS, or unwanted pregnancies.

As of 2020, “stealthing” is punishable as a form of sexual violence in some countries, such as Germany and the United Kingdom.

Outside of California, laws in the United States do not specifically cover “stealthing,” and as of 2017, there were no known legal cases about it.

What do you think Roomies? Did Joe Budden admit to committing a crime?


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