Charlamagne admits raping his wife on their first sexual encounter

Charlamagne admits raping his wife on their first sexual encounter

This morning on The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne addressed the rape allegations involving his wife. He said he was having a conversation with his wife about rape culture and whether or not having drunk sex was considered rape.

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He called up his wife on the show and asked, “Did I rape you the first time we had sex with each other?”

His wife responded with:

“That’s not what happened, we both know what happened and I was not passed out. I was very coherent, like enough for me to lift off my hips so you could take my panties off.”

And an old interview has just resurfaced where Charlamagne admits to raping his wife the first time they had sex. The “Starr Report” posted the audio interview on Twitter last week:

“I keep telling’ y’all. I’ve told y’all this over and over. It’s a lot of things guys did especially when we were young that were rape that we just didn’t consider rape. I’m married to my wife.

Me and my wife dated for a whole year, she would not give me no pussy. Me and my wife hung out one Saturday night and she got sloppy drunk and passed out in my momma’s house and I got that pussy.

She was f*cking me back and all that but she was really drunk. I asked her yesterday, ‘Yo, did I rape you the first time we ever had sex?’ And she goes, ‘I mean in hindsight, yeah…’”

It is not certain if his admission is enough for him to get convicted, since it sounds like a consensual sex between him and his wife

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