In DJ Vlad Interview, Boosie Badazz Hits ‘Gay’ Cartoons

. July 2, 2016 . 0 Comments

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In an interview with DJ Vlad, Boosie BadAzz slammed “gay” cartoons. The rapper made the controversial statement on Thursday and has been a trending topic on social media since the video surfaced online. Commenters blasted the artist formerly known as Lil’ Boosie for his alleged ignorance on the matter.

BadAzz believes that having gay characters in movies, TV shows, and programs for children will lead to half of the population being homosexual in ten years. The Louisiana native, who spent five years (2009-14) in prison over drug charges, told VladTV:

“They’re trying to make everybody f**kin’ gay. That’s what I think. They’re putting it on our culture. They’re putting it everywhere. Gay stuff is everywhere. I think they’re just doing it to make a monetary gain. They’re not doing it for the gays. They’re not really fans of the gays. They’re doing it for monetary gain. They try to make money off these people, man. You got cartoons that have gays. These are kids. Let kids make their own decision if they wanna go that way. Six- and seven-year-olds, five-year-olds shouldn’t be turned onto gay cartoon when their mind not even developed yet. What if they like how that cartoon talk? Now, you’re forcing them to be gay. Every TV show is gays. They’re kissing each other. It’s out of hand.”

This is no the first time that BadAzz got in trouble for attacking the LGBT community. In November 2015, he wrote on Instagram:

“Since I’ve came home ever time I turn on the Tv some gay sh*t on I try to watch love n hip hop (gay sh*t)tried to watch empire (gay sh*t) walked n on a cartoon doing gay sh*t a f*ckin cartoon kids watch tv. The rapper added, “I guess next they go have a f*cking gay channel for kids saying if U want to be gay watch this tune n smh f*cked up world n my eyes ( but everybody don’t agree smh).”

After the controversy had taken over the Internet, the rapper responded on Twitter, Friday, he tweeted:

While BadAzz’s views are not popular, some people did back them. Those, who agree with the rapper, point out that only 2 percent of the population is gay, but this community seems over-represented in the entertainment world. On the other hand, this representation is necessary to overcome some of the biases that are still associated with homosexuality.

What do you think of the rapper’s position on gay issues?


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