Ari Fletcher and Moneybagg Yo recently asked each other some tough questions during a cooking video the two recorded together. While the couple went through their fair share of hiccups in their history, it was a fun and charming clip. In fact, it seems they're more committed than ever, as these questions were pretty in-depth. Here are Ari's inquiries: "Did you really snatch my wig off when we was outside the club in Miami? Do your kids like me? In your new song, you was like 'F**k on my h*e, f**k on my b***h.' Who were you talking about? Do your baby mamas like me?"
Moreover, the Memphis rapper had his own set of questions as they cooked what seemed to be some sort of chicken recipe. "Do you remember the first time you said you loved me, and when I told you? You ain't let me hit until, like Thanksgiving. You made me wait." Much to be thankful for, indeed. Unfortunately, though, the clip omits each partner's answers, but Fletcher said the full video will come out soon. After all, Ari has a channel where she posts cooking vids often. In fact, we already knew this video was coming thanks to her blasting an Airbnb owner for promoting it.
Furthermore, Fletcher and Moneybagg filmed the cooking video in an Airbnb, whose owner posted pictures of the couple as they filmed. In fact, it was all to promote the property. “If I payed for a air bnb like a regular normal customer, why would you post pictures of me inside your air bnb telling people we was there,” Ari wrote on Twitter. “That’s so unprofessional and I was working on something private. I haven’t been at a air bnb in years and this why cause that s**t ghetto!!!”
In another tweet, she wrote, “People saying I posted a picture in the house SO!!! I never posted what I was doing or who I was doing it with! That’s s**t they say and watched on the cameras. That’s weird AF!” Whether the Airbnb owner's gotten more sales or not, they definitely felt the wrath of Ari. Regardless, come back to HNHH for the latest on Moneybagg Yo and Ari Fletcher, and stay tuned for that cooking video.