Out of seemingly nowhere, Bobbi Althoff became the most viral rap interviewer person on the internet (I really don't know what else to call her). I don't know how it happened. I had never heard of her in my life, then one day I wake up and she's interviewing Drake in bed.
An interview that she since deleted because is started rumors that she slept with Drake. Rumors that culminated with Bobbi going on BFF's with Dave Portnoy, leading to Dave having to issue an apology for fueling the rumors. Personally, I would have thought those types of rumors would be nothing but good for her show. Like an all publicity is good publicity thing. I mean, she did conduct the interview in the same bed as him. But whatever. Bobbi and Drake did not sleep together. Please don't sue me.
She does the whole awkward, I don't care, I'm too good for you interview style. Very dry sense of humor. I don't totally get it. She has some funny moments, and obviously she's doing something right. She has nearly 3 million followers on Instagram, and on top of Drake has interviewed the likes of Jason Derulo, Lil Yachty, and somehow Mark Cuban. Every time I watch her I think, "Damn this girl is kind of a dick. I'm surprised none of these guys ever give it back to her." I get that's the whole schtick, but even if it's meant to be a joke, if you're just going to invite people onto your podcast and be a dick to them for an hour, eventually someone is gonna give it back to you. Enter Offset
God damn Offset. I've been waiting for the first person to really go at her. It was only a matter of time before someone turned the tables. Completely blows up her spot when she tries to claim that he was the one who reached out to her for an interview, comparing her outfit to that of a 36-year old mom, and calling her a "plain piece of chicken". It's honestly weird that nobody has really gone this hard at her before. It's almost like all of the internet just decided that criticizing her was off limits. In a weird way I feel like I'm not even allowed to talk negatively about her. Like I have to walk on eggshells even in this blog. Like we've collectively determined that her weird awkward interviews are the most hysterical things on the internet, and nobody is allowed to say otherwise. So thank you Offset. Thank you for so bravely calling out the funniest person in America. It was very satisfying to watch.