Prominent Rappers Speak Out Against Lil Nas X Pushing LGBT Degeneracy in the Black Community

Prominent rappers are outraged at the recent behavior of Lil Nas X, whose explicit music is promoted to children for its unrepentant advocacy of sin and degeneracy.

Rappers began to speak out after DaBaby, a popular mainstream rapper, made some off-the-cuff remarks at a show that were widely perceived as homophobic.

He said at a show last week in Miami for his fans to put their cell phones up if they “didn’t show up today with HIV/AIDS, any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that will make you die in two to three weeks,” and for “fellas, if you didn’t suck a n*gga d*ck in the parking lot,” to put their cell phones up as well.

It is unclear if DaBaby was calling out Lil Nas X, or just LGBT reprobates in general with his remarks. While his remarks were condemned by the mainstream media and most of the entertainment industry, a couple of legendary rappers decided to keep it real in response.

Iconic musical artist T.I. spoke out in favor of DaBaby’s free speech rights, saying that if it is okay for Lil Nas X to speak his truth, then DaBaby should be able to express himself as well.

“For instance, the Lil Nas X shit. The performances and video, man I got a lot of respect for bruh because he had the courage to live his truth, but that sh*t ain’t for me… Just can’t look at it… And I don’t want my children seeing it, either,” T.I. said.

“If you have a Lil Nas X video, and him living his truth, you gone d*mn sure have people like DaBaby who are going to speak they truth. There ain’t nothing wrong with none of that. It ain’t got to be no hate, it’s all honesty,” he added.

Another legendary rapper, Boosie BadAzz, was far less cordial when addressing Lil Nas X and his promotion of the homosexual agenda to black people and young children. He took particular offense to a recent Lil Nas X tweet, suggesting that he and one of his butt boys are going to perform nude at an upcoming live music conference:

“If I was DaBaby, I’ll tell them f*ck y’all,” Boosie BadAzz said in a recent video on Instagram Live. “Lucky I couldn’t be DaBaby, I’ll tell them f*ck y’all b*tches. ’Cause he [DaBaby] said something about some sh*t.” 

“[Lil Nas X] and them they want to perform naked for charity. Bruh, they don’t tell him nothin’. They shouldn’t be pickin’ sides…That’s the most disrespectful muthaf*cka in the world he said that he gonna get naked on stage. They got kids watchin’ that sh*t. N*ggas be taking it too far and sh*t,” he added 

“If I’m at the awards and he go up there naked I’m gon’ drag his a** offstage and beat his a**,” Boosie stated.

Big League Politics has reported on the rise of Lil Nas X, who performed sex acts with a CGI depiction of the dark lord in a music video and sold 666 pairs of Satanic shoes made with real human blood:

“Homosexual rapper Lil Nas X has announced the release of “Satan Shoes” that are made with real human blood and are being sold to coincide with the release of his new single…

Lil Nas X has partnered with MSCHF to release the shoes, which start at $1,018 with only 666 pairs being released. His new single, “Montero (Call Me By Your Name),” has a video featuring Lil Nas X copulating with the dark lord…

Lil Nas X released a statement on social media narcissistically addressed to his 14-year-old self celebrating his personal evolution into a homosexual Satan worshipper and how that’s so tolerant and inspirational.

“I wrote a song with our name in it. it’s about a guy I met last summer. I know we promised to never come out publicly, I know we promised never to be “that” type of gay person, I know we promised to die with the secret, but this will open doors for many other queer people to simply exist,” he wrote in a tweet.

Lil Nas X, the first openly homosexual rapper to break into the mainstream, is openly worshiping Satan.

Lil Nas X is being promoted to shoehorn the LGBT agenda and open satanism into a rap music industry that used to be defined by its hyper-masculinity. He represents the absolute worst our culture has to offer.