Boosie Badazz Responds To Soulja Boy’s Gay Rapper Comments

Boosie Badazz have taken Soulja Boy to decide on his claim he is “one of the last straight rappers in the game” during a recent Instagram Live rant.

On Thursday (December 29), the “Turn My Swag On” rapper apparently fired a series of subliminal shots in NBA YoungBoy‘s direction, rebooting their long-simmering beef. Although he didn’t name names, Soulja Boy went off on an unspecified rapper who paints his nails, labeling him and others like him “gay” while proclaiming to be “one of the last straight rappers in the game.”

Boosie Badazz took to Twitter on Friday (Dec. 30), not entirely in defense of his Baton Rouge native, but rather everyone else who was inadvertently dragged into the conversation.

“EVERYBODY AREN’T BOSSES @souljaboy U KNOW WHO RUNS THE BUIZNESS FOR THE REAL GANGSTERS #boosiebadazz CAN’T LET’S SAY MY NIGGA YOU KNOW IM [100 emoji] MY G #onbleek”

It’s not the first time that Boosie — who has previously been called out for his own homophobia— has taken to social media to defend her own sexuality. Earlier this month, he shot back at Gabrielle Union after she implied that he is secretly gay.

Union made the comments last month during an interview with Jemele Hill, in which she addressed Boosie Badazz while defending her teenage stepdaughter Zaya Wade’s transition from male to female.

“He’s so busy. It’s almost like you’re protesting too much, Little Boos,” the actor said in the clip, which resurfaced on social media on Dec. 4 and went viral. “You’ve got a lot of dick on your mind!

“[Zaya and Lil Nas X live in his head] rent free! It’s like, ‘Sir.’ Anything you want to go ahead and tell us? This is a safe place, we can be your sanctuary. I don’t think he had a safe place [growing up].”

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The union’s comments came after Boosie had spoke against Zaya’s transitionand told the teenager’s father and Union’s husband, former NBA star Dwyane Wade, that he had “gone too far.”

After repeatedly doubles on his insensitive comments in the face of widespread backlash, the Badazz Music Syndicate boss later backtracked and apologized to Wade.

However, Boosie’s tone was less contrite after getting wind of Gabrielle Union’s resurfaced interview as he issued a belated reply to Bad Boys II actor via a series of angry, all-caps tweets.

After rebutting her suggestion that he’s gay, Boosie turned his attention to D. Wade — who Union married in 2014 and shares a biological child with — and questioned the three-time NBA champion’s sexuality.

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