There are days when even an idiot would easily draw the moral:
In this purported hot sauce incident, a few weeks back, Drake had allegedly met up with some model on Instagram at a party, and the two ventured back to his hotel room. Reports note that Drake and this woman engaged in consensual sex, with the rap artist wearing a condom at the encounter.
Once the sex had wrapped up, Drake allegedly went into the bathroom to dispose of the condom he used.
After that, the woman allegedly went into the same bathroom after Drake had finished up and fished the used condom from the garbage and allegedly stuffed the contents of the used condom inside of her genitals.
The woman allegedly began to scream after feeling a burning sensation from what she’d put inside of her, which led to Drake reportedly rushing to the bathroom to see what was wrong. After learning of what occurred, Drake allegedly admitted to the woman that he intentionally poured hot sauce into his used condom to effectively kill his sperm so as to avoid this very kind of scenario.
I do love that word “allegedly.” It gets a real workout in the above.
Why did Drake do what he did? That seems fairly clear. Why did the unnamed woman do what she did? I doubt it was to sell the condom on eBay. Nor do I find it plausible that the woman is desperate to bear a child and can’t get knocked up any other way.
Men are increasingly reluctant to trust women. The incident captured here shows why. It also displays the precautions one man is willing to take to keep from being financially victimized. If this story gains traction, men of lesser wealth and notoriety will likely copy his example. As for the woman, if she were at all honest with herself, she would become a high-priced prostitute, rather than using the life of an unborn baby as the ticket to a life of luxury.
Hmm, wait just a moment. Do prostitutes – high-priced or otherwise – ever do things like that? And wouldn’t the exceedingly affluent and marriage-averse yet sex-hungry men of the world be better off going to high-priced prostitutes? Perhaps the vice laws should include an exemption for men whose net worth exceeds a certain threshold. Ah, well. Back to the salt mine, Fran.