Lil Duval asks how old is Chloe Bailey, clarifies it's for nephew as trolls say 'old enough to be your niece'

'The fact that you called her a girl instead of a woman means you know she's too young for you,' said a user


                            Lil Duval asks how old is Chloe Bailey, clarifies it's for nephew as trolls say 'old enough to be your niece'
Lil Duval is 21 years older than Chloe Bailey of Chloe X Halle (Getty Images)

Comedian Lil Duval tweeted on Sunday, March 21, asking how old is Chloe Bailey, one half of the sister R&B duo Chloe X Halle. "How old is that Chloe girl again?" he wrote. After fans started scratching their heads, Duval said he's asking for his nephew. "I'm asking for my nephew" he said, adding a string tears-of-joy emojis.



 



 

Lil Duval is an active Twitter user and consistently drops similarly random comments for fans. Getting the answer to his question about Chloe is just a Google search away, so it's unclear what his intentions are and he could be genuinely asking for his nephew or there could be some unobvious humorous aspect to it. But many fans aren't very impressed by his latest tweet. It also doesn't help that he is nearly double the age of Chloe Bailey. The comedian is 43 years old while Chloe is 22.

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Lil Duval performs onstage at SOMETHING IN THE WATER - Day 3 on April 28, 2019 in Virginia Beach City. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Something in the Water)

"Weird," described a fan on Instagram of Duval's question while another wrote, "Old enough to be your niece Mr.Sir!" One fan said, "Uncle Duval please sign out! Power down your devices and get some rest 😂." One fan commented, "Predator eyes . Yea she’s of age but wayyyyyy younger than you old man 🙄."

Over on Twitter, fans have responded similarly in the comments section of his tweet. "The fact that you called her a girl instead of a woman means you know she's too young for you," said a fan and another shared, "Bruh... here's a little advice. If you think she's old enough for you then refer to her as a woman. If you view her as a girl then inquiring about her probably is not in her or your best interest, because it makes your intentions look suspect." "Why does he want to know her age sis??!! Maybe yours is out of pure curiosity but what was his reason for asking on here?! “That Chloe girl” Wake up," added another fan.



 



 



 

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