T-Pain Recalls First Threesome With Wife, Costa Rican Prostitute

posted Sunday June 22 ,2014 at 05:00PM CDT | 24 comments

T-Pain Recalls First Threesome With Wife, Costa Rican Prostitute

T-Pain dishes out the details of his first threesome, says he's had "so many" of them.

T-Pain has been known to make songs for the ladies but when asked about his own feminine relationships, especially ones of a more intimate nature, one would expect the answers to be interesting to say the least.

Recently talking with The FADER, T-Pain talked about the first time he had a threesome. The event included his current wife, Amber Najm, and a Costa Rican prostitute in Costa Rica.

"Oh gosh. There’s been so many," T-Pain said when asked about his first threesome. "Um, my first threesome. My first threesome was in Costa Rica with my wife and a prostitute. It was very awesome. This is when we found out that my wife liked girls."

The Tallahassee, Florida native also dished out the details of the occurrence, including its pretext and says it was his wife's idea to have the threesome.

"We was in the strip club, they shut down the strip club, I have no idea why," he said. "I went in with some jewelry and they thought I was a rich person, so they shut down the whole strip club. It was just us. It was just me, my wife, my security, his girlfriend, and the strippers. My wife was gettin’ a dance and she was like, ‘I like her.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, I like her too, so she’s fine.’ She was like, ‘No, I like her for real.’ It was her idea. Which is why I think we’re so great. It’s always her idea.

"I don’t take charge of nothin.' ‘Baby, I wasn’t even lookin’ over there. If you was lookin’ over there, then yes I was lookin’ over there (laughs).’ But yeah, Costa Rica, Costa Rican prostitute. That worked out. That strip club’s now closed (laughs)."

Interestingly enough, he also said in the interview that his first crush was Lola Bunny from Space Jam.

T-Pain referred to himself as both "the greatest" and "the best" during a recent interview with MTV and detailed how he was able to recruit Lil Boosie on his recent song release, "Up Down (Do This All Day)(Remix)."

Read the full FADER interview here.

RELATED: T-Pain Says "I Can Drop Singles For The Rest Of My Life"

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