Earlier this year, helium-voiced rapper Danny Brown received oral sex onstage at a show in Minneapolis. Brown later bragged about it on Twitter, but he also tweeted his sticker-book-rapper tourmate Kitty's essay for Vice describing the incident as assault. This sounded like bullshit. It turns out that it was.
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In an apparent reference to doodle-rapper Kitty Pryde's sexual-assault defense of Danny Brown's handling of getting his dick sucked on stage last week (about which she later gloated to Stereogum, "I been smarter than you guys this whole time"), a crowd of guys at the pair's New York show last night chanted, "Suck his dick! Suck his dick!" throughout her opening set, according to The Village Voice's Devon Maloney. Maloney writes:
In case you missed it: Just-left-of-mainstream rapper Danny Brown received oral sex onstage at his show on Friday at Minneapolis's West Bank. This has scandalized social media for most of the week. An early account of the incident on Reddit, titled "I just saw Danny brown get his dick sucked on stage mpls" went like this: