Evan Rachel Wood And DJ Khaled Feud Over An Unlikely Topic - Some Might Even Say An Inappropriate One

Evan Rachel Wood And DJ Khaled Feud Over An Unlikely Topic - Some Might Even Say An Inappropriate One
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Evan Rachel Wood isn't pleased with the way DJ Khaled handles his sexual relationships. On Friday, the "Thirteen" actress called out the producer for the announcement of his sexual proclivities on social media, statements that were not "lady-friendly," as one could say.

The collaborator and world famous producer recently stated that he's not a big fan of giving oral sex to a woman, even his own wife. During a chat with reporters from The Breakfast Club back in 2015, DJ Khaled said there are "different rules for men," in reference to bedroom behaviors.

Khaled revealed he won't perform oral sex on his partner, Nicole Tuck because it's not the man's role. The actress wasn't down to hear such a thing.  As you may know, Wood came out as bi-sexual in 2011 so she's certainly sex-positive.

Wood stated, "you're seriously missing out man" and that the producer should "grow up."

To make matters worse, Khaled said in the interview that he would never perform oral sex on his wife but it would be ok for the reverse to happen.

He said,"a woman should praise the man - the king." Khaled said that if a man is "holding it down" for a woman than she should praise him, not the other way around.

Khaled said his way of praising is asking how he is providing for her, like, "how was dinner?" as well as other things including making sure other amenities are given such as clothes, housing, and food. Khaled went on to say there are simply different rules for men and women, and that's that.

And while many people might disagree, Khaled and his wife Nicole Tuck are happily married and have been an item for many, many years. In fact, there are rumors as to how they actually met.

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