Lil Jon Says R&B Singers Will Come Out Before Rappers
In a recent appearance on the Bravo TV recap show "Watch What Happens Live," Lil Jon was there to promote "Celebrity Apprentice" and had some notable moments.
During one segment, the openly-out host Andy Cohen and openly-out guest Rachel Maddow talked about recently-out basketballer Jason Collins. When Lil Jon was asked if rappers will start coming out, he said that with the tough mentality of rappers, R&B singers will come out before rappers citing Frank Ocean as an example.
Other notable nuggets from Lil Jon's appearance:
- He dodged a question from a caller asking who his least favorite rapper is by saying, "I love everybody."
- When one caller cut out after saying, "I'm calling from the...," he said "Bathroom?"
- During the Jimmy Fallon Shotski segment where the host and guests do shots off of a ski, the crowd of mainly girls started singing "Shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, shots, everybody."
- When asked what bugs him most about Donald Trump, Lil Jon said nothing, perhaps dodging another question.
- Billed as a stripper enthusiast by host Andy Cohen, Lil Jon surprisingly didn't ace the "Name That Stripper" game where Rachel and Lil Jon had to guess the name of the stripper from Rick's Cabaret in Atlanta