Bobby Shmurda Gives His Guy Followers Sex Tips On Instagram: 'You Gotta Hit All Angles'
Bobby Shmurda has fans questioning his antics again after a new video of him showing how to make love popped up on social media.
Bobby Shmurda is finally in album mode despite many fans growing tired of the long wait for new music. He’s been dragged for several things, though, such as taking his time on the project and dishing out some questionable dance moves lately, and it looks like he may have gotten fans even more upset.
On Wednesday (October 20), Bobby Shmurda took to his Instagram to post a video on making love the right way with a significant other. Fans were already asking questions about the Brooklyn rapper’s recent behavior, and this video only fueled that fire.
“I’m not trying to be an asshole about it, but I’m saying, you n-ggas need some WD-40 or some shit bro,” Bobby said in the video showing only his bare chest and Calvin Klein boxers with grey sweatpants combo. “Like I don’t know you muthafuckers too stiff you gotta be. Like the girls are complaining, bro you gotta wine out if she old. You gotta hit all angles.”
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Bobby continued to explain men can’t always handle action in the bed the way they want to. According to the “Hot N-gga” rapper, you have to hit all angles to please a partner.
“She ain’t never going back home trust me,” Bobby added before showing his fans how to put the key in the ignition and get the car running.
Bobby Shmurda’s impressive gyrations were the talk of the town on social media, especially in the comment section of his post. Fans were asking once again why Bobby was moving so sensually while others were enjoying the show.
“This ain’t the Bobby who through that hat nigga been moving like Shakira ever since he got out,” one fan wrote on Instagram while another said, “BOBBY EVERYTHING OK ?”
His is what Bobby Shmurda was tryna tell y’all to do https://t.co/mydG3KPg2f
— King Saav (@TheSaavage1) October 21, 2021
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