Blake Griffin Breaks Down Fetty Wap's 'Trap Queen'
Here's what the L.A. clipper thinks "Trap Queen" means
NBA superstar Blake Griffin is setting the record straight about Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen.” In an interview with Clevver TV, the Los Angeles Clipper broke down the 1738 rep's smash hit—without Urban Dictionary.
When asked to define a "trap queen," Griffin responded, “A trap king is like the drug dealer so a trap queen is like his mistress.”
Blake also explained the "stove" reference. “You gotta cook the drugs up," he said. "I don’t really know exactly how it works, but you turn the crack.”
Allow the power forward to play the trap's Merriam Webster below.