In the summer of 2016, Boosie Badazz caught a lot of backlash after he said the media is forcing children to be gay.
"They're putting it in our culture," he told VladTV. "They're putting it everywhere. Gay stuff is everywhere."In a new interview on TMZ's RAQ RANTS, the 'Like A Man' spitter doubled down on that opinion, but wanted to make it clear that he doesn't hate anyone.
"People think I have something against the gay community, but I don't at all," said Boosie. "I just said what I felt about how they forcing the gay community on kids at such a young age. That's what I was saying, and the gay community lashed out at me saying this and that, but I have nothing against the gay community ... I don't regret saying nothing, because whatever I say I can say again. I'll tell any gay, I'll tell any straight person the same thing. At the same time, I want them to know I don't have nothing against the gay community."You can watch the rest of Boosie's interview below, where he also says that lyricism in rap is no longer important.
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