Anytime you find yourself trying to convince your wife to call in to a morning drive-time radio show to claim that you've never made sweet, passionate love to her without her consent, it's time to pause and reflect.
Take for example Charlamagne Tha God, whose wife (who's black) called into the Breakfast Club yesterday, after audio surfaced of a special raep culture episode of Charlamagne's podcast the Brilliant Idiots. In it, Charlamagne says that he asked his wife if he raeped her the first time he made sweet, passionate love to her, and she said that he did, because she was too drunk to consent.
Charlamagne has since deleted every 2015 episode of his podcast from streaming services, either because he wasn't sure which one was the special raep culture episode (that's why descriptive titles are important) or because he wasn't sure what else he said in an episode that could potentially become an ostensibly humorous Bossip headline.
The Tomi Lahren thing must have happened in 2016. After that Charlamagne committed himself to pandering to black feminists, some of whom have either defended him or refused to comment on this controversy, and wouldn't have admitted to raeping someone on his show, even if it were true.
On the radio yesterday, Charlamagne's wife assured Breakfast Club listeners that he couldn't possibly have raeped her, because she was sober enough to lift her hips up to take off her panties, and because they had sex again the next morning, and why would she have sex with someone who raeped her the night before? With all due respect to Asia Argento.