Last week, we wrote about the phenomena of “senior d-ck,” a phrase coined by Cyn Santana in a moment of frustration she shared with her boyfriend and father of her child Joe Budden.
On an episode of “Love and Hip Hop,” the two got into a heated argument when Santana told Budden she didn’t appreciate the fact that they hadn’t had sex in a while. The frustration was compounded by the fact that after having a new baby, her body’s changed and she’s not feeling as sexy as she normally does. And his rejection of her wasn’t helping to make the situation any better.
Personally, the scene was a bit overdramatized. But I thought Cyn made some excellent points. And I felt like Joe should have been more sympathetic to her request—despite its brashness.
But apparently, in a recent interview with The Breakfast Club, Budden doubled down on his stance that he’s simply not interested in sex right now. And he had an interesting cosign.
See what happened below.
Charlamagne: The truth of the matter is. I haven’t had sex in months and I haven’t thought about it.”
Joe Budden: “If I never had sex again I’d be okay. I’m trying to ride the toddler thing as long as I can.”
Angela Yee: “That’s not fair to Cyn though. Don’t you care about how she feels?”
Joe Budden: “I hate when women do that, of course, I care about how she feels. Women always want to bring up their feelings.”
Angela Yee: Ummm yeah
Joe Budden: Me and my baby gonna be alright. I think it’s a little more intricate than the gay rumors or impotent.
DJ Envy: Do you need a pill?
Joe Budden: No I don’t need a pill but they’re fun sometimes.
Joe Budden: How many times a week do you have sex?
DJ Envy: At least three times a week.
Joe Budden: But Envy plays a lot of money for nannies. The nanny plays a big role. I am a romantic Virgo. I need time to get into my vulnerable bag. We may a lot of money