"She gave the Wu some tang," Nathan Sellers said
Nathan Sellers and Lia Palmquist certainly brought the ruckus to Friday’s episode of Divorce Court, when Sellers accused his girlfriend of sleeping with the entirety of the Wu-Tang Clan. (Specifically, he said “She gave the Wu some tang” – we also would have accepted some kind of 36 Chambers-based pun.)
Palmquist told Judge Lynn Toler that while she was out with the group on their tour bus and in their hotel until 7 a.m. on the night (er, morning) in question, nothing untoward occurred.
“Nothing inappropriate happened, and let me just put on the record that Wu-Tang is nothing but gentlemen,” Palmquist explained. (It should also be noted that they are nothing to f— with.) “They treated me highly [respectfully]. I would never cheat on him,” she continued to say, motioning to her live-in boyfriend. “I would never be a bust-down or a groupie in that type of situation.”
“Do you believe her,” Divorce Court‘s YouTube channel asks flatly. The odd thing is that Palmquist is the plaintiff in the case: She was seeking $3,500 from Sellers, based on her claim that he gave her bedbugs. Judge Toler ruled in favor of Sellers, and while we’ve been trying to work in a lyrical reference to “C.R.E.A.M.,” it’s starting to feel forced. Watch the full episode below and decide for yourself.