Lil Duval is in hot water … again.

The rapper is facing backlash after alleged old tweets about his daughter’s sexual activity resurfaced on social media, HipHopDX reported.

The tweets, some of which Pop Crave shared, allegedly see Duval talking about how he would treat his daughter when she’s on her period.

“Whenever my daughter period starts that’s when I’m gonna be the first dude to dog her out,” he allegedly wrote in a 2012 tweet.

“So most of y’all saying y’all started thinking about sex at 11 or 12. Ok cool my daughter moving in with me at 10,” another tweet reads.

“Be real fellas if u f**ked a girl and she has a daughter that u seen grow up would u f**k her when she grew up?” read another tweet later in 2012.

In one particularly alarming tweet from 2010, the 45-year-old allegedly asked Justin Bieber, who was 15 at the time, to sexually assault both him and his daughter.

“#justinbieberpossessedfan hey justin could u please r**e me and my daughter then hit me wit a bat if I get out of line.”

He later said:

Social media users are not happy with the actor and comedian.

“There’s nothing Lil Duval could say that’ll explain why he made those tweets,” one said.

“He should be faced with charges not backlash,” another tweeted, with many in agreement.


Others pointed out that this isn’t the first time Duval has made problematic comments. He’s made fun of trans women on more than one occasion. In 2017, he said if he learned of a trans woman’s gender identity while they were intimate, he would kill her, Blavity previously reported. Many celebrities, like Janet Mock, spoke out after the incident, which sparked a boycott against The Breakfast Club.

Last summer, Duval shared homophobic comments against Starz series P-Valley, Complex reported.

“Yea p valley lost me. They need a super gay advisory on movies like they got for everything else. Cuz That’s a lot to see if u not use to it,” he wrote.

Patrik-Ian Polk, a writer and co-executive producer of the show, clapped back and urged Duval to change the channel.

“As a writer and producer of P Valley, specifically a writer of this episode, I encourage you to step away from Chucalissa. This show is not for you. Go watch something else. Cuz the gay ain’t goin’ nowhere,” he said.

Earlier this month, Duval rubbed folks the wrong way when he claimed most of his fellow lyricists care more about podcasts than writing good music.

“Seem like hip hop has become more about podcasting instead of music,” he tweeted.

He also virtually tussled with GloRilla in 2022, which was inspired by a joke he made about no one in their 20s should be named Gloria, which is the comedian’s legal name.



Duval has yet to address the recent backlash.