LMAO: This R&B Singer Posted A Craigslist Ad For A Stripper, And Fans Are Hilariously Trolling Him

LMAO: This R&B Singer Posted A Craigslist Ad For A Stripper, And Fans Are Hilariously Trolling Him

"That last album not even relevant anymore."

Published October 16, 2018

Fans of TrapSoul crooner Bryson Tiller can breathe a sigh of relief and Team Breezy can be proud for once that Chris Brown isn’t making salacious headlines. For now, he’s laying low, making up with Drake, and dropping fire collabs with R&B phenom Ella Mai. Instead, budding R&B soul-stirrer Daniel Caesar surprised his fan base with a sensual ballad, “Who Hurt You?” to follow up his Grammy-nominated classic debut, Freudian. However, this isn’t the only thing mind-blowing about this release.

Prior to the song hitting digital airwaves, the Canadian singer posted a mysterious link to an Atlanta Craigslist ad.

The ad was boldly titled “tall blonde wig beauty (Follies, Atlanta).” The listing filed under “missed connections” was seeking a “Voluptuous beauty” who sported a blonde wig at Follies on a Tuesday.” It’s safe to assume that this wasn’t your typical lap dance. “You danced on me all night. I threw about $3400. You said you liked my gap. You gave me your number but I lost my phone. I hope I find you,” it said.

  1. He begged her to email him and mentioned that his latest single is an ode to her.
    (Photo via Craigslist)
  2. Fans hilariously swooned and trolled the 23-year-old and coined the song a 2018 version of T-Pain's iconic track, "I'm N Luv (Wit A Stripper)"

    A swift 180 from his debut, mostly about love and heartbreak with subtle sexual content, fans are completely on board for this switch. Priscilla is the name used for the woman on the track, but it's unconfirmed about whether or not this is her actual name since it wasn't mentioned in the ad. Either way, whoever this woman is has Daniel smitten.

  3. "Priscilla," this is for you, girl. He shot his shot and needs you for the rebound. Listen below.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photos from left: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images, Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images, Scott Dudelson/FilmMagic)


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