Joe Budden discussed Megan Thee Stallion’s recent interview with Gayle King on his podcast, ‘The Joe Budden Podcast,’ and had a lot to say. Joe shared his opinion saying that Meg speaking with Gayle on Good Morning America was “disgusting,” and she needed to talk with a hip-hop outlet.
While talking about the shooting Megan was involved in, Joe and his co-host discussed Megan being about to speak openly about the case and the consequences Tory Lanez faced after he spoke out. As we previously reported, on April 5th Tory was arrested and released on $350,000 bail for violating the order of protection placed against him in the assault case. Judge David Herriford determined that Tory’s tweets appeared to be clear messages to Megan. Since Tory’s arrest, Judge Herriford added a new condition stating Tory cannot mention the complaining witness in this case on social media.
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While speaking about the court of public opinion, Joe said,
“There is such thing as victim bullying,”
and seemingly compared Megan speaking to the media about her case to the situation of the domestic violence incident with Evelyn Lozada and her ex-husband Chad Ochocinco. If you recall, in August 2012, Chad was arrested and charged with domestic battery following an altercation with Evelyn.
“For years, anytime his name came up, she popped up. I had nothing to do with her, but she popped up and said, ‘Hey, he did this.’ It didn’t matter the rehabilitation he did,” Joe said. “It didn’t matter that changes that he’s made, the apologies, both public and private. For the next 7, 8, 9, 10 years, every time I do something positive, you’re gonna pop up with this victim story, and you are the victim, so I don’t take that way, but that’s bullying.”
Roommates, do you think there is such a thing as victim bullying?
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