Rumors still swirling about sex act on stage at Mpls. rap concert


The rap artist behind the 2012 album "XXX" is the subject of rumors of the XXX kind at a recent concert in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports.

According to the paper, rumors of Detroit MC Danny Brown allegedly receiving oral sex from a fan at the Triple Rock Social Club originated on Reddit and quickly spread to such sites as the Huffington Post.

City Pages also posted graphic accounts of the alleged act from people who claimed to be at the event.

Fueling speculation about what happened, Brown and L.A. rapper Kendrick Lamar reportedly had a Twitter conversation about the alleged act, and a blurry video that appears to show the female fan performing the sex act on the rapper has reportedly emerged.

Gawker also has a screenshot of the purported video of Brown and the fan, as well as the video from

The rumors have Brown's friend and tour mate Kitty Pryde crying foul on, equating what allegedly happened to sexual assault by the fan because it was done without Brown's consent.

"I'm mad that a person thought it was okay to pull another person’s pants down during their performance in front of about 700 other people," Pryde wrote. "I'm mad that a person thought it was a good idea to perform a sex act on another person without their consent."

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