Whew! It looks like men are fed up with receiving basic gifts for Christmas. This list even includes celebrities like Plies and Joe Budden, who both took to their individual Instagram accounts to blast the ladies for thoughtless gift-giving. The gifts sitting on their chopping blocks include clothing items such as white tees, socks and sweaters.
No Sweater For Plies
Plies said he had to interrupt his workout on Friday to deliver an important message about gifts. He wasted no time jumping into the topic yelling, “I don’t want no muthafuc**** sweater.” As he wipes away dripping sweat, his energy fluctuates between yelling and speaking out-of-breath.
“All this muthafuc**** pressure I been getting you for 12 muthafuc**** months and here you come with a muthafuc**** sweater,” Plies said in the 30-second clip. “I don’t want no muthafuc**** sweater. Show me what this d*ck mean to you.”
No Underwear Garments For Joe Budden
Like Plies, Joe Budden isn’t here for basic clothing items as gifts. He hopped on his Instagram on Saturday to tussle with the ladies about this issue. Joe started his plea by describing what women have been requesting all year. Then, he pivoted into describing the excuses women are supposedly making about giving good gifts.
“All year ladies we’ve been listening to you tell us men that you want a rich guy,” Joe said. “…Y’all got all these lil sayings…y’all been putting it in all these songs…all this sh*t y’all been doing right and here we are at Christmas. It’s time to Christmas shop and you know all I’m hearing? ‘Well what do you get someone who has everything?’
He goes on to explain that he’s confused by the sentiment of not knowing what to gift. His logic is that women have had all year to plan and find the perfect gift.
“What have you been thinking about? Have you not been studying your man? Have you not been looking at this ni*** that’s been holding you down all year,” Joe Budden asked. “What were you doing during the vacations, the trips, the yacht rides, the NBA games? What were you thinking about?
Joe Gives Bad Gift Warning
Joe says we now have seven days left and this is the time women are picking to pay attention to their man. He ended his message with a warning that picking the wrong gift means the consequences will pop up on Valentine’s Day.
“Tank tops and socks won’t cut it this year, it’s over for that lil Hanes 5 pack of white tees too,” Joe wrote in his caption. “Get creative or tell your group chat why you’re suddenly free for New Year’s Eve!!!”
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