Boosie Badazz is doubling down on comments he made about LGBTQ rappers like Lil Nas X following Da Baby’s controversial performance at Rolling Loud Festival.
In case you missed it, Boosie said he would “drag his a– offstage and beat his a–” if he saw Lil Nas X perform naked at an awards show.
During the latest episode of The Breakfast Club, Boosie defended his comments even after being asked by co-host Angela Yee if he thought he’d gone too far.
“I gotta speak up because as far as straight people in the world, you don’t have any opinion no more on sexuality. Everything is harm,” he said.
Boosie went on to say he felt like Lil Nas X and rappers like him are “attacking our children.”
“Who love these rappers? The kids If you make every rapper go with this … you grab that generation. I loved every rapper when I was little, you know? I tried to copy what they did. It’s a new day now, and I feel like they’re pushing it on our kids,” he said.
After Charlamagne questioned the logic of what Badazz said, the rapper continued, saying he was mainly offended by Lil Nas X saying he would get naked on the stage at an awards show in a joke tweet.
“I was like, d—, all these straight people in the world, all these millions of kids gonna watch this, and ain’t no straight rapper gonna say, ‘Nah, n—a, we don’t want you on that TV,'” he said. “If you were trying to raise them, would you be cool with sitting there and trying to watch Nas X go up there and take his clothes off? If you do, Charlamagne, you’re part of the problem.”
Naturally Boosie’s interview was trending on twitter with many people divided on the issue. Of course Lil Nas X also chimed in. See his response below.
— The Breakfast Club (@breakfastclubam) August 23, 2021
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