Posted by , Apr 4, 2016 at 05:12pm
Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Swae Lee and more get caught in some unsolicited bedroom selfies.

Social media can be a dangerous place for the rich and famous. Not only can you severely damage your reputation with your own posts on Twitter and Instagram, but you also have to worry about what others might share about you on their own profiles. 

Hooking up with people becomes a lot easier and a lot more difficult when you reach a certain level of success. On the one hand, there are more opportunities than ever, but at the same time, you have to be careful with who you trust with certain access. Recently, we've been seeing a few artists who've learned about this the hard way, particularly, because they didn't factor in the possibility of being photographed in their sleep. These photos of slumbering celebrities are generally used as proof of purchase for fans looking for bragging rights the morning after-- and it's becoming more and more common. 

Click through the gallery to see some of your favorite artists taking part in some unsolicited selfies. Our only advice for these type of situations -- STAY WOKE!

Stay Woke: Artists Exposed By Hook-Ups

Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Swae Lee and more get caught in some unsolicited bedroom selfies.


Social media can be a dangerous place for the rich and famous. Not only can you severely damage your reputation with your own posts on Twitter and Instagram, but you also have to worry about what others might share about you on their own profiles. 

Hooking up with people becomes a lot easier and a lot more difficult when you reach a certain level of success. On the one hand, there are more opportunities than ever, but at the same time, you have to be careful with who you trust with certain access. Recently, we've been seeing a few artists who've learned about this the hard way, particularly, because they didn't factor in the possibility of being photographed in their sleep. These photos of slumbering celebrities are generally used as proof of purchase for fans looking for bragging rights the morning after-- and it's becoming more and more common. 

Click through the gallery to see some of your favorite artists taking part in some unsolicited selfies. Our only advice for these type of situations -- STAY WOKE!

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