BNXN Trades Heated Words With Caramel Plug
Over the years, Podcasts have gained increased traction as more and more people foray into the venture as they try to pass information to the listening public or debate data with guests on “their show.”
Some of these podcasts have come under fire for the discussions and revelations they release to the public in the name of “sharing their views.” For example, Nedu and Phyna came under recently for their comments on a podcast they were on, and so have various others with very debatable standings in their podcasts.
The latest of those is the Instagram Influencer Caramel Plug. Her comments on the ‘ Bants Confession’ Podcast had many express misgivings on her take, and they have been vocal about it. One Such is BNXN, who didn’t hold back on his seething words to the IG celebrity; she didn’t take it lightly either. Her co-podcasters too also joined in the exchange.
According to the podcast by Instagram comedian Caramel Plugg and her co-hosts, women have men for everything. So any guy who wants a woman to be subservient should be prepared to provide all her requirements.
This point of view prompted discussion on social media, and other entertainers—including BNXN—decided to comment.
Regarding the viewpoint presented on the podcast, BNXN stated his worry that unqualified individuals are allowed access to podcasts to disseminate absurd notions.
Caramel Plugg and Lydia, one of her co-podcasters on the “show,” responded to this statement by criticizing BNXN by mentioning a time when he had said that his ex-girlfriend had given him the most costly iPhone he had ever owned.
In reaction, BNXN stated that he liked her better when she only released material that would make her famous, which involved ranting in a bonnet to confront societal issues.
The conversation between Caramel Plugg and BNXN ignited a heated online discussion. While many people said that BNXN was incorrect in his remarks, others pointed out that the dialogue between the two entertainers was constructive and demonstrated that it is possible to disagree without resorting to slurs.