Sevyn Streeter
Sevyn Streeter with her boyfriend B.o.B. getty

R'n'b star Sevyn Stretter has raised eyebrows after claiming that you should never deny your partner sexual pleasure if you are in a relationship.

The Wont Stop hit maker, who is currently dating Price Tag rapper B.o.B, made the controversial remarks, advising women never to say no to sex, during a recent appearance on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club.

"I think when you're with somebody you love or trust or whatever, I think that it's important you don't kill the fun," she told DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God.

"Me and my friends have this conversation all the time. I think that when you are committed to somebody and take them off the market, I think that it is your job, as a woman or as man, to- I don't think you should ever say 'no'.

"Anal sex I'm not into, but I mean if you are tired- 'oh I'm tired, I don't feel like it' No, because at the end of the day, you took that person off the market. They can't go and be with somebody else because they're with you. So, don't you ever say no."

Her comments did not go down well with listeners, with the uproar quickly spilling unto social media.

"Wait what! Is she serious? Is that all she is, a sex object or is that why her boyfriends are with her because she says yes every time. Like what else do you have to offer in a relationship that you are forced to say yes every time and why doesn't your man respect you enough to understand when you don't want to do anything sexual," one critic said.

When she wasn't giving out relationship advice the 28-year-old songstress, who is signed to Chris Brown's CBE label, was gushing about her rapper partner.

"B.O.B. and I started out as friends, we were friends for a very long time. And I say this all the time and I mean it from the bottom of my heart, if it ended tomorrow, he's still my friend and I've never had anything start out that way before," Streeter said.

"In the past, I have run across BANs (b---h a-- n----s) before, and honestly, my ex in my last situation, I felt like I had to dim my light. I felt like he didn't want me to shine. So it feels really good to be dating somebody who, he's got his own light, he's comfortable in his own skin, and supports me like, 'Aight boo, go shine.' I think that's dope and that's important to me."

She also touched on other R-rated topics such forgetting her vibrator in a hotel room and deriving pleasure from being choked in bed.