Boosie Badazz Blasts LGBTQ+ Community for 'Bullying' Him for Speaking Up for Straight People

The 'Wipe Me Down' spitter additionally shares during an Instagram Live that the 'whole world' has become 'scared to say they're straight' except for him.

AceShowbiz - Boosie Badazz (Lil Boosie) fires back at LGBTQ+ community in a new Instagram Live. On Sunday, January 21, the Baton Rouge rapper put the community on blast for allegedly "bullying" him over his controversial opinions.

"Y'all bullies, bruh," he said during the live stream. "I guess I'm the only one [to] speak up for straight people so I'm gay. Anybody who speak up for straight people y'all say is gay. That s**t crazy."

The "Wipe Me Down" spitter added that the "whole world" has become "scared to say they're straight" except for him. "So many of y'all coming on my Live and calling me gay just because I don't like d**k," he stressed. "S**t's crazy."

Recently, Boosie made headlines for coming at Lil Nas X after the latter issued an apology over his controversial single "J Christ". "He lying he know what he doing," Boosie wrote in a comment underneath the Neighborhood Talk's Instagram post on January 15. He added, "I bet he wouldn't do this to Jews. He's going to Hell."

Lil Nas X insisted in his apology video that it wasn't his intention to mock Jesus even though the accompanying music video and artwork featured him as Jesus Christ. "First of all, when I did the artwork, I knew there would be some upset people, simply because religion is a very sensitive topic for a lot of people," the Grammy winner, who is openly gay, explained.

"But I also didn't mean to mock - this wasn't like a, 'F**k you to you people! F**k you to Christians!' It was not that. It was literally me saying, 'Oh, I'm back like Jesus!' " the "Old Town Road" hitmaker continued. "I'm not the first person to dress up as Jesus. I'm not the first rapper, I'm not the first artist and I won't be the last. I know given my history with the 'Call Me By Your Name' video, anything I do related to religion can be seen as mockery."

Despite his multiple criticism towards the LGBTQ+ community, Boosie insisted that he's not homophobic. "People have to understand that it’s not the same stroke for the same folk," he revealed on My Expert Opinion last year. "I trust gay people more than I trust regular people."

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