Good morning 😤
Good morning 😤
Ain’t nothing but a Houston thang .. Chopped and screwed music till the death of me and who better to do it then one of the best living @slimk4 …..thanks for still dropping tapes for us out there #choppednotslopped #RipScrew #InstaSize
One more time for #lilboosie can’t wait for some new music to drop i know tomorrow Louisiana gonna go wild i might be part of it #InstaSize
Another day down #USAF ✈️🇺🇸
Gadamm MF repost ……..shit doesn’t even phase me anymore ….life 👌
Kicking out nothing but today #dirtylanely #WolfGreys with a twist and my #Oreo5s
Nothing but the truth
Say whaaaaaaaaaaa #usaf
Just came back from my ceremony #USAF (at BAFB Global Strike Comand)
Break the bank💰#InstaSize
Taking a shit in style 💩
When will twitter understand the j just don’t give a fuck
Had me damn near dying 😂😂
Hip Hop music has long had its struggles with homophobia. From Eminem’s earlier controversial lyrics on the subject to the reaction to singer Frank Oceancoming out, Hip Hop music has often been considered as behind when it comes to accepting gays.
"I think it’s just niggas man," T-Pain said when asked about the time he compared himself to reality star Ray J. “You ever notice how homophobic niggas is all the time? It’s like, dude if you ain’t gay, then gay things shouldn’t bother you, gay people shouldn’t bother you. You ain’t going to get your ass pumped dude, ain’t nobody trying to look for you my nigga. You can say gay things but not be seen as gay. You don’t gotta say, ‘No homo.’ You ain’t gotta say, ‘I want a hot dog, no homo…’ Be comfortable with your manhood. We know you fuck bitches my nigga.”
The singer also talked about other’s relationship with his assistant, who is gay. He says people shy away from him when his assistant is present.
"I can see people not fucking with me because he’s there," T-Pain said. "It’s like, bro, you ain’t even got bitches, why do you think this gay dude going to like you? Bitches don’t even like you."
T-Pain also claims that the urban music community is not “gay-friendly” and says people will not collaborate with Frank Ocean because of his sexual orientation even though they would want him on their song.
"I think the radio is getting more gay-friendly," he said. "I don’t think urban music is getting more gay-friendly because if that was the case, Frank Ocean would be on a lot more songs. I know niggas that will not do a song with Frank Ocean just because he gay, but they need him on the fucking song and that’s so terrible to me man… What I do ain’t going to affect nothing that you got going on."