DJ Khaled and Nicole Tuck
4.6.2017

DJ Khaled’s Fiancée Demands He ‘Shut the F*ck Up’ on Snapchat

DJ Khaled’s Snapchat shenanigans have earned him millions of followers, but a recent antic might have also earned him a night in the dog house.

Recently, the multifaceted mogul started yelling his now signature catchphrase in his home. “Honey, did the Drake vocals come in yet?” It’s a question he’s been asking for months to various others, but his fiancée Nicole Tuck wasn’t having it.

“Khaled, shut the fuck up,” she scolded. “Oh my God. Real talk, I can’t. Khaled, shut the fuck up. You gon’ wake the baby up.”

How did the Grateful mogul respond? “I know you didn’t mean that,” he said. “I know you love me. I know you want to support me. Did the Drake vocals come in yet? Stop cursing. It’s love.”

Khaled aired this interaction on his mega-popular Snapchat account. It was accompanied by his ever-present captions, including “Smh all we want is support” and “Love is the [key].”

“Did the vocals come in yet?” has become another popular Khaled catchphrase. Even Drake recently asked if the “Khaled vocals” came in yet on his Snap account. Epic executive L.A. Reid also joined in the fun.

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The long-awaited Drake vocals are expected to appear on Khaled’s forthcoming Grateful album, which is being executive produced by his 5-month-old son, Asahd. Aside from Drizzy, the follow-up to last year’s Major Key is expected to feature Jay Z, Beyoncé, Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, and Migos.