Cole Bennett, the founder of Lyrical Lemonade, sat down with Genius.com’s media team for an interview recently. It wasn’t to discuss his success of 10-million YouTube subscribers nor his billions of views. Instead, the young leader to the new generation of music, came to talk about one of the biggest artists he’s found in 2019. In the 8 minute interview, Cole drops one major punch. The 100-million viewed Lil Tecca music video featured Dominican Republic Chapiadoras.
Admitting Lil Tecca has Hoes in the video.. literally…
“We know that we wanted an abundance of women but we didn’t have any connections in the Dominican Republic,” says Cole in the interview. His face looks like a young jolly child at his favorite play park.
He then continues about where he got the girls from.
“We kind of just asked the only person we knew and that was our AirBNB [house rental] owner.”
Two facts that were learned in the line, which was somewhat known. The beautiful mini-mansion with a gym inside, was not property of Lil Tecca nor the Lyrical Lemonade Boss. Instead, these social media moguls used the same service as most typical Americans. They used the AirBNB app (download here)
Second, fans of all the twerking action behind Lil Tecca in the “Ransom” music video, now know who the girls were. They were not video vixens nor models. Cole claims they were strippers in the ‘fun facts’ outro to the visual but our DR counterparts suggest otherwise. Instead, they were a group of Dominican Republic call girls, found by the AirBNB homeowner.
What are Chapiadoras or Chapis?
In the Dominican , such girls are known as a ‘Chapiadora.’ They are something like street prostitutes but can range in levels of discreteness. Because of their willingness to be naked on camera in sexually suggestive positions was the first identifier of their type. The ‘dead on’ giveaway was the fact at the end of the video, Cole Bennett admitted the girls were down to give Lil Tecca a head job or other favor after massages.
“Fun Fact #5: These women asked to give Tecca a happy ending, he politely declined.”
Being only 16-years-old in the video, what the women offered would be highly illegal. Also, Cole Bennett and other adult’s admission to setting this up, would probably make them guilty of aiding a minor to finding prostitutes.
Nonetheless, the video looked like fun for the young, melodious rap star. After-all, what kid at 16-years-old would not want to be traveling the world? Tecca got his first experiences with women their friend’s father’s Dream of, before a legal adult. It’s not politically correct, but it is honest.
On the contrary however, is this not what people are up in arms about with R Kelly? Women taking advantage of minors is being looked at in a different light it seems.
As for now watch Lil Tecca “Ransom,” official video. Form your own opinion. See it here on CKHiD now: click here .
For the Cole Bennett Interview with Genius, see below.