DJ Akademiks Addresses Resurfaced Clip: At No Point Did I Say I F*cked Anybody Under 17!!

DJ Akademiks jumped onto Twitch to clean up the mess after an old clip surfaced online.

Ak says the clip was taken out of context.

“What I was trying to say is that you’re either 21 or 20 and someone like 17 … that’s just in college dynamics, right? Because they put kids together for four years, just like in high school. I said usually there isn’t much of a difference. When you’re in college you really don’t see the difference, and I still believe that. Well, of course there are some people who look like kids in college. That’s 100 percent. I’m not talking about these people,” he said.

He continued, “I’m saying that because you’re not asking her age, bro […] In college and high school, you don’t ask her age. You might ask someone who’s a freshman, but as long as they’re going to your school, you don’t want…it’s not like you want someone under that age, you just assume…if it ends up like that, it’s like, yeah that’s not what you’re gonna do type sh-t. I don’t see it as someone who is purposely looking for children.”

Ak actually spoke about Tyga’s relationship with Kylie Jenner. At the time, Kylie was 17 and Tyga was 24.

“Eight years ago I created a topic on my YouTube saying ‘Tyga ‘denies being in a relationship with Kylie Jenner.’ That’s when everyone knew Kylie and Tyga were fucking. Tyga was 24, Kylie was 17, okay? So that’s the context, and that’s important. At no time have I ever said I fucked anyone under 17 or under 18. I set an example.”

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