Safaree Denies Leaking Own Pics In First Interview Since Leak

Safaree Samuels did his first interview since his meat was leaked online earlier this week.

The Love and Hip Hop star paid The Breakfast Club a visit on Wednesday morning where he dropped off his new record “Hunnid” and discussed his leaked photos. Angela Yee even had his eggplant printed out on paper in front of her to discuss. Nevertheless, the interview with hilarious and even though Safaree denied leaking his own pics, the way he is using it to promote his music and his brand is genius.

Safaree told Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee that he didn’t leak his own pics and suspect that someone he knows personally might have leaked it or someone may have hacked his iCloud. He revealed that something like this has happened to him before but it was a fake photo so initially he never believed that this was true. “Something like this happened before but it was a fake picture,” he said. “I didn’t send that to somebody in a Snapchat DM.”

Charlamagne even labeled Safaree Samuels a THOT while putting him in the same category as Blac Chyna and the Kardashians. The Breakfast Club hosts even asked Safaree if he has ever been in a situation where he hurt a female or anything like that. “Question, have you ever rearrange a woman’s organs before?” Charlamagne asked.

“I’ve definitely been in situations where I’ve felt bad for them like you know it was a lot of pain for them,” Safaree said. “I’ve been in situations where I’ve like don’t go all the way. I don’t like to see people in pain. I don’t know what women feel during the feeling and sensation of intercourse but it looks like it hurts.”

As to the reasons why he recorded the video in the first place, Safaree says he has been working out exceptionally hard so he just want to get a good look at his V-taper and he ended up saving the photos and videos on his iCloud account, which is where he thinks the leak may have taken place.

His ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj was also dragged into the scandal on social media when Twitter started the unsolicited Safaree Challenge.