LL Cool J is known for loving the ladies, but he also apparently loves furniture. The rapper recently shared a story of an awkward encounter from his past, in which he was arrested for humping a couch.

“I was in Georgia… basically I got arrested for humping a couch,” the rapper said during a recent sit-down on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' The illicit act happened in 1987, when LL was trying to recreate “making love to a girl” onstage during his emo song 'I Need Love.'

“They just felt like they didn’t need a black man humping a couch in Georgia,” he explained to the late-night host. Funny man Kimmel responded with the zinger, "Was it a white couch?”

When he's not humping couches, the New York native is putting the final touches on his forthcoming 14th album, 'G.O.A.T. 2.,' which features the Mavado-assisted track 'I'm Nice.'

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