Fabolous was feeling mighty kind during a recent visit to Las Vegas. The artist told his Instagram followers a you-have-to-see-it-to-believe-it type of story on Instagram.
In a multi-paragraph caption, Fab explained the accompanying video he posted of a woman snoozing on his shoulder. Apparently, while kicking it at an after-hours club, a woman approached Fab. Then, she squeezed herself into the small space available on the couch he was sitting on. Soon after sitting, the woman went night, night and chose Fab’s shoulder as her pillow. In utter disbelief, Fabolous recorded the moment saying “this is crazy.”
“BOOM [clapping hands emoticon].. so we sitting in the After Hours & there was very little room on the couch i was sitting on… but this girl [girl emoticon] came & rushed to sit down in this very tight space on the couch like she was running back [football emoticon] hitting a hole,” Fabolous wrote. “I thought her feet [heel emoticon] was hurting & she couldn’t stand up no more, so even tho I didn’t know this girl & it was tight, I scooted over a little bit…A few minutes later… I feel something heavy on my shoulder. I thought she was playing or showing how tired she was (even tho she don’t know me) but when i looked over she was sleep [sleeping emoticon].”
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Forget sleep. In Fabolous’ words, she was “knocked out cold,” “a dead body,” in “a coma,” but also “lean’ing on [him] like [he] was Joe Clark.”
In the rapper’s video, viewers can only see Sleeping Beauty’s straight hair draping in front of her face. She also appeared to be wearing a sleeveless fit. It’s unclear how long Fabolous let the woman take her lil’ nap, especially with her “heavy as f**k” head. Still, it looks like Fabolous had no issues being a gentleman in the club.
“But yeah, don’t know who this girl is but Im cool being a shoulder y’all can lean on when yall need me [laughing emotion],” Fabolous wrote. “These shoulders can be your pillow.. NO DROOLING THO.”
He concluded his storytime by asking his “gangsta” Insta-followers to tag someone who has fallen asleep in the club before. About 12 hours after initially posting on his feed, Fab’s video/caption story received over 28,000 likes and more than 2,900 comments.