Boosie Badazz took to Twitter challenging anyone who is questioning his future in the music industry after he brutally attacked the ‘Old Town Road’ rapper over his sexuality. As we reported, Boosie and Lil’ Nas X have been involved in a back and forth on social media which started with LNX claiming he was coming out with a song with Boosie. In response, Boosie hurled homophobic slurs at the rapper, while denying the collaboration.
“IF YALL THINK THE WHOLE WORLD HATE ME ‘YALL TRIPPIN,'” Boosie tweeted.
He continued, “I HAVE INTERNATIONAL LOVE N RESPECT FOR HOW I AM N WHAT I STAND FOR. n never forget THERE’S A GHETTO N EVERY CITY, STATE, COUNTRY ETC WHO ROCK WITH BOOSIE FRFR.”
Lil’ Boosie Blasted On Social Media For Attacking Lil’ Nas X
As we reported, Boosie was getting blasted by fans and spectators on social media after he fired off the offensive tweets in Lil’ Nas X’s direction. At the time, the rapper reacted to the allegations of collaboration by saying, “Stop trolling me f—- lol u a whole b—-playing with a gangsta smh u.” Again, we are choosing not to repeat a few lines of the message, which included a hashtag of “you hate yourself.”
He continued, “I would too if I was you lol Nas X if you commit suicide you would do this world a huge favor, nobody wants you here.” Following the message, Boosie received reactions online including, “Boosie was dead wrong.. that wasn’t necessary” and “Something is mentally wrong with Boosie to have so much hate in his heart.”
Lil’ Nas X appeared to respond to the brutal message, joking, “I am truly saddened. i have never been so mortified in my life. i can’t believe the Disney channel has yet to play Halloween town this entire October.”
Boosie Badazz Gets Support From A Few Fans After Latest Statements
After the latest tweet, followers are again questioning Boosie’s position on the situation and the comments, with one saying, “You can stand for whatever you want. You can believe whatever you want. However, you don’t have to put down others in the process. Love is Love.”
But, he is also getting support from fans, with one person tweeting, “You already know it. There is a whole virtual nation of trolls that never leave the house and don’t have real friends that post online all day. Shout out to you. A real one!”
As we reported, this isn’t the first time Boosie has taken this same position on homosexuality and Lil’ Nas X. Leading up to the incident, the rapper tried to distance himself from being called homophobic, claiming he was “misunderstood.” In one instance, he claims he was just standing up for and defending “straight people in this world.”
“I just be feeling like sometimes I gotta speak up because, as far as straight people in the world, you don’t have any opinion. … If you say anything, ‘I’m straight, I like women,’ it’s vulgar,” he told The Breakfast Club. Adding, “You can’t brag on really smashing or your sexuality anymore.”