Pastor Troy wasn't a fan of the outfit Lil Nas X wore at the Grammys on Sunday, and he said his clothing represents an agenda to emasculate black males.
“Welp, Guess I won’t be winning a GRAMMY If this what I gotta wear," wrote Troy on Instagram post he later deleted. "They love to push this sh*t on Our Kids!!"
A lot of people blasted him for his opinion afterward, and the "Old Town Road" rapper eventually responded.
"Damn i look good in that pic on god," X tweeted.
Troy stopped by The Morning Hustle show on Friday and pretty much doubled down on what he wrote on Instagram about X. [Jump to the 4:20 mark].
"I'm not homophobic at all," Troy explained ... Twenty years I've been in this rap game. I've done took more pictures with gays, transvestites, all of that, man, because it's not my concern. What you are, what you do. You like the music? Take a picture, that's fine. Just 'cause I took a picture with this gay person, don't mean I gotta go home and tell my son, 'Hey, man. It's alright to be gay. I just took this picture with this gay person."
"Everybody want their son to grow up to be a strong, heterosexual man," he added. "I made heterosexual comments, and they turned into a homophobic rant. I just said what I had to say. I didn't know I couldn't do that. I still got a First Amendment right, too, right?"
What do you think about Troy's explanation about not being homophobic because of the photos he's taken with fans?