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R&B star Sevyn Streeter has stirred up controversy after a recent sit-down with The Breakfast Club's Power 105.1. 

The 28-year-old rapper and former member of the girl group RichGirls was promoting her new single "Don't Kill the Fun," featuring Chris Brown, but the conversation quickly turned to her relationship with fellow hip hop artist B.o.B, at which point the singer-songwriter raised some eyebrows when she said you should never turn down sex with your partner. 

"I think when you commit to somebody, and you take them off the market, right, I think it is your job as a woman or as a man to—I don't think you should ever say no," the musician, who is also promoting her album On The Verge, said before clarifying her comments, "I'm talking about if you're tired or somebody's like, 'I'm tired.' No, because at the end of the day you took that person off of the market. They can't go and be with someone else because they're with you. So, don't you ever say no."

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While Streeter's point of view quickly created backlash, the recording artist stood by her remarks when asked to clarify. 

"This is the thing. It goes both ways. Don't get it twisted. If your girl gets home and you're tired, you better roll over, too," she told Hip Hop Hollywood, adding, "Women, if your man is tired and you need that, he better roll over."

During her Breakfast Club chat, the rapper also admitted to her love of choking ("I think it's sexy"), took a shot of tequila with the hosts and even shared a story about the time she once left her favorite vibrator in a hotel room. 

Hey, at least we know she's not afraid to speak her mind. Check out the full interview above! 

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