Lil Yachty Paid Fans To Shave Off Eyebrows And Eat A Condom Because He's Bored
Lil Yachty paid a fan $200 (£170) to shave off their eyebrows, because he was bored. As well as that, he also appears to have paid someone to eat a condom, which isn't a sentence that anyone should ever have to write. Well, let's hope they got paid, anyway - watch what happened here:
With millions of us trying to keep our distance from one another as countries struggle to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, people are becoming understandably restless.
And in a bid to keep himself entertained, the young rapper took to social media and offered people money if they performed in his 'talent show'.
On Twitter, the 22-year-old wrote: "TALENT SHOW AT 5 PM EASTERN ON MY LIVE WE CASH APP READY SENDING MONEY TO PEOPLE DOIN INTERESTING SHIT CUZ IM REALLY BORED PULL UP."
His followers didn't let him down, with one fan videoing themselves on TikTok as they took a razor to their forehead and removed their eyebrows.
But that wasn't it - Lil Yachty also revealed that another ate a bar of deodorant. That's before we get to the man who is scoffing down prophylactic contraceptives.
Hell, if we thought the internet was bad before, now we've got the same maniacs, but they've all got endless time on their hands.
As you can see in the video, most of the people involved were dead set against these sorts of shenanigans, but if you're willing to eat a condom for a couple of quid on CashApp, then you've probably got bigger issues to work through.
It goes without saying - in fact it shouldn't need saying at all - that you shouldn't eat condoms. The digestive system simply isn't made to deal with latex.
Also, it's gross.
This comes as governments around the world introduce measures to restrict the movement of the general public in order to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
Last night (23 March), Prime Minister Boris Johnson put the UK on a three-week lockdown and increased police powers amid the spread of the coronavirus.
People are now only allowed out to shop, to exercise once a day, for medical needs, to help vulnerable people, or to travel to and from work.
Meetings of more than two people are banned, and people should not have visitors to their homes or meet family and friends.
The PM said measures would be revisited in three weeks and the outbreak was being kept under 'constant review'.
He said: "That's all - these are the only reasons you should leave your home. You should not be meeting friends. If your friends ask you to meet, you should say 'no'.
"You should not be meeting family members who do not live in your home.
"You should not be going shopping except for essentials like food and medicine - and you should do this as little as you can. And use food delivery services where you can."
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