Rapper and podcaster (and Love & Hip Hop star) Joe Budden has just been put on Blast, by a woman claiming to have had a romantic encounter with Joe, after a performance in Washington, DC.

The woman went on social media and described in graphic detail her alleged encounter with Joe on social media - using the hashtag #DickYelp.

What's crazy is that Joe recently talked about #DickYelp phenomenon on his podcast.

Here is the story that the woman posted online. It's not clear by the text, when the alleged encounter occurred.

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In other Joe Budden news, it seems that he and former fiance Cyn Santana are officially over.

According to Atlanta Blackstar News:

It looks like reconciliation between “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Cyn Santana and her supposed ex-fiancé Joe Budden may be a no-go.

The 26-year-old model hasn’t let up on posting tempting and bombshell photos of herself on social media since her apparent breakup with the “Pump It Up” rapper. As a matter of fact, she took to her Instagram feed on Sunday evening and uploaded an image of herself completely “glowing.”

She happily posed for a snapshot with a huge grin on her face while wearing a neon-green, curve-hugging dress that fit her perfectly. Seemingly urging her IG followers to keep a “smile” on their face, she wrote in her caption: “You so f–kin precious when you smile 🦄 bomb fit 🤟🏽✨.”

Joe Budden is a broadcaster, songwriter and a retired rapper. He currently hosts The Joe Budden Podcast along with Jamil "Mal" Clay, Rory Farrell and Parks Vallely, released bi-weekly through Spotify and YouTube. 

He was previously one of three hosts of Complex’s Everyday Struggle along with DJ Akademiks and Nadeska Alexis, before leaving the show in January 2018.

Budden began rapping in 1999 and his eponymous debut studio album was released in 2003, debuting at number 8 on the Billboard 200, selling 95,000 copies within its first week. The album featured the hit single "Pump It Up", Budden's most commercially successful solo single.