Method Man Has a Touching Message for Big Girls: 'I Love Y'All'
Method Man's recent appearance at the BET Awards proved he still has a female fan base that crushes on him after all these years. He particularly expressed his love for the "big girls" when interviewed during the event.
During the recently concluded BET Awards, one man’s presence stood out. It was Method Man who proved that some people just age gracefully. Moreover, he reminded us of what a good guy he is after expressing his love for “big girls.’
METHOD TAKES THE STAGE LIKE FINE WINE
Method took the stage as part of a tribute for Mary J. Blige who was awarded the Lifetime Achievement honor. The legendary Wu-Tang rapper sang with the celebrated female performer and wowed his fans in the process with his stunning appearance. Publications described it as aging like wine.
"...don’t let nobody knock y’all hustle, body shame you–none of that! Ya’ heard? "
A MESSAGE FOR HIS "BIG GIRLS"
Ahead of the awards night on the red carpet, Method was interviewed by Hip Hollywood and impressed with his message for big women.
Asked if he was single, he proudly declared he was married. “Love my wife,” he added. However, he obviously blushed when asked about how he handles all the attention from other interested women.
“I love it, I love it,” he said and then delivered a message especially for his “big girls”
“Big girls, let me tell you something, man. This is from the heart too: I love y’all! Y’all love and support y’all men. So look man, don’t let nobody knock y’all hustle, body shame you–none of that! Ya’ heard? Y’all got some of the prettiest feet in the game too!”
It seems like only yesterday when he made women swoon as a member of the 90’s hip hop East Coast group Wu-Tang Clan and one-half of the duo, Method Man and Redman
STILL A HEARTTHROB
The rapper/actor’s latest appearance ushered in a renewed thirst for him. Tweets began pouring in after his BET performance with fans crushing on him all over again.
Seeing him now, it seems like only yesterday when he made women swoon as a member of the 90’s hip hop East Coast group Wu-Tang Clan and one-half of the duo, Method Man and Redman. Now an actor too, he remains a legend both as a musician and as the object of female’s fantasies.
Method has kept himself in the limelight though not as prominently as other rappers today. He began hosting the TBS series, "Drop the Mic" with Hailey Baldwin in 2017, and he's also a recurring character on the HBO show, "Deuce." This year, he appeared in the film, "Shaft" alongside Samuel L. Jackson.