Lousiana emcee Boosie Badazz has recently aimed at the LGBTQ+ community and insisted that, through activism, they have shamed and bullied heterosexual people. However, he claims he is not intimidated by any of it.
The lyricist, known for his outspoken and brash demeanour, took to Instagram Live on January 21st to share his opinions with fans and insisted he will never be silenced while “speaking up for straight people.” Directly firing at the community, Badazz exclaimed, “No gay shit? Bro, y’all bullies, bruh! I guess I’m the only one who speaks up for straight people, so I’m gay. Anybody who speak up for straight people, y’all say gay. Shit, be crazy!”
The Baton-Rouge rhymer continued, “Y’all done bullied the whole world. Athletes, rappers scared to say they straight. Rappers and athletes scared to even say they like women. They scared they gon’ get bullied, bro. Y’all done bullied the whole world. Except me. Except me!”
Threatening the LGBTQ+ community, Boosie (real name Torrence Hatch Jr) screamed, “I’ll blow y’all asses down! You know me. But y’all done bullied all the athletes, all the rappers. They can’t even say they like pussy. Y’all can come into my Live and call me whatever!”
Hatch concluded, “You can call me that because you know I’m not that, and I’m not cool with it being pushed on the kids. But you can come on my Live. I’m a try to block you but so many y’all be coming on my Live calling me gay just ’cause I don’t like dick. The shit crazy.”
Earlier this year the ‘Wipe Me Down’ emcee came under heavy fire for revealing that he walked out of the esteemed film The Color Purple because it featured a lesbian relationship between two of its main characters.
Following the incident, Hatch took to Twitter/X, writing, “I HAD TO WALK OUT THIS COLOR PURPLE MOVIE ( N TWO OTHER OLDER COUPLES WALKED OUT ALSO.) BECAUSE I HAD MY LITTLE GIRLS WITH ME N IT SEEMED LIKE A [GAY] LOVE STORY. GOOD ACTING BUT WHOEVER WROTE THE SCRIPT IS PUSHING THE NARRATIVE HARD. AS A PARENT, I WILL NOT LET MY LITTLE GIRL WATCH THIS FILM.”