Odell Beckham Jr allegedly told Chief Keef’s baby mama to s**t on him, fans don’t believe her but memes abound
On an episode of the ‘Thots Next Door’ podcast, Instagram model, and internet personality Slim Danger said, “He loves to be s***ed on. Okay, that was my first time ever. I never thought -- I actually couldn’t s***. I couldn’t s***"
Cleveland Browns player Odell Cornelious Beckham Jr., popularly known as OBJ, was trending on Twitter on Tuesday, September 8. And the reason why he was trending was perceivably disgusting.
On an episode of the ‘Thots Next Door’ podcast, which is hosted by Celina Powell and Aliza, Instagram model and internet personality Slim Danger shared some tidbits about OBJ’s bedroom preferences. The adult actress also discussed her relationship with Chief Keef, with whom she shares a child. But it was the alleged details about OBJ’s one fetish that seems to have taken the internet by storm.
She said on the podcast, “He loves to be s***ed on. Okay, that was my first time ever. I never thought -- I actually couldn’t s***. I couldn’t s***... I could do some freak-a** h** s***. But… He wanted me to come on a plane. ‘Make sure you don’t have any underwear. Don’t take a shower for 24 year hours’. I was like damn! What the f*** you want? He was like, ‘Take a picture of you s***ting’. I was like f*** I can do that.” She then described on the podcast how she made the video for him.
Following that, the jokes on the NFL player did not end. One Twitter user wrote, “Finding out why Odell is trending,” adding, “I guess it’s a good thing his team's main color is brown.”
I guess it’s a good thing his teams main color is brown— Marco (@holasoymarco27) September 8, 2020
A Twitter account shared a meme, writing, “It all makes sense now why Odell would join the Browns.”
It all makes sense now why Odell would join the Browns pic.twitter.com/kJkj1CAfdg— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) September 8, 2020
Another Twitter user shared a reaction video, saying, “Odell’s PR team calling him after seeing the news.”
Odell’s PR team callin him after seeing the news 😭 pic.twitter.com/5GxcqaTw5o— Richmulaa🙄💫 (@richavellii) September 8, 2020
The memes kept on coming. One Twitter user shared, “Odell laying on the bed waiting for his girl after taking her to Taco Bell.”
Odell laying on the bed waiting for his girl after taking her to Taco Bell pic.twitter.com/Dr9W7AtNmd— HNDRXX🥤 (@justin16almeida) September 8, 2020
After a point, even the NFL player went in on the joke. On Instagram, he shared a photo with the caption, “Can’t knock me off my pivot... no matter what shxts thrown my way.” When his girlfriend Lauren Wood commented, “*on you,” OBJ replied, “U know me tooo welll! S–ts krazy…”
And while the jokes and memes kept flowing, there were also many who simply did not buy the story at all. “I know damn well Odell wasn’t messing with the middle chick,” wrote a Twitter user.
I know damn well Odell wasn’t messing with the middle chick pic.twitter.com/4E5orke8yo— gianni🅙 🦁 (@PlayoffDre) September 8, 2020
Another Twitter user, commenting on Slim Danger’s shoes, wrote, “B**** got on some Christian D-Ors talkin about she s*** on Odell.”
Bitch got on some Christian D-Ors talkin about she shit on Odell pic.twitter.com/JGqADaoHWH— Fineszn or Whatever (@itsFineszn) September 8, 2020
Another Twitter user shared her photo and asked, “Y’all believe Odell flew her out?”
Y’all believe Odell flew her out? pic.twitter.com/btQSBmLchH— 🇯🇲 (@Diamondsupply_) September 8, 2020
One Twitter user compared Danger to girlfriend Wood and wrote, “Y’all really think Odell would go after this when he has this smh.”
Y’all really think Odell would go after this when he has this smh pic.twitter.com/xXv8B5VPQb— austin🌵🚀🌎 (@wlitewustin) September 8, 2020
One fan of OBJ wrote, “If I’m Odell I’m suing that girl for defecation of character.”
If I’m Odell I’m suing that girl for defecation of character 🙊— Bobby Rinaldi (@bobborinaldo) September 8, 2020
In 2016, OBJ became the fastest player in NFL history to reach both 200 career receptions and 4,000 career receiving yards. The same year, he recorded his first 100-reception season and reached the NFL playoffs for the first time in his career. He was named to the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons in the NFL and has been named a second-team All-Pro twice.