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Plan B receives indecent proposal
Plan B gets people offering their girlfriends to him now he is famous.
The soul infused rapper - real name Ben Drew - told how chart success with his singles 'Stay Too Long' and 'She Said', which have both made the UK top ten, has led to some unusual requests from fans.
He told Zoo magazine: "Someone asked me to shg his girlfriend. He literally said, 'Will you fk my girlfriend?' And she was standing right there. I laughed, but she was actually quite fit.
"I did think it'd be pretty cool. She came over and kissed me on the lips and was grabbing my ae and trying to take me into a corner. I was about to do it, but I realised her man was on drugs, so I thought that once he'd come down, he wouldn't be very happy about it."
The rapper also admitted he has previously been caught with his pants down - literally - by the police.
He added: "When the police came to arrest me, I had my trousers round my ankles! I was carted off in a police van in handcuffs, with my trousers around my ankles, sobbing: 'I f*king hate you.'
Ben also said he isn't worried about his present album 'The Defamation of Strickland Banks' having leaked on the internet.
He said: "The only people that have to stress about it are the record label because I don't make money off the record sales anyway - I make my money out of my live and my merchandise.
"There's no point in letting that stuff upset you, if it's going to be massive it's going to be massive."Posted on 7 Apr 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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