Atlanta rapper Young Thug is well-known for being a gender-bending artist who doesn’t care what many think about his style or what he says. Case in point, during an interview with Adam22 for No Jumper, the artist — who changed his name to Sex — had some compelling things to say about Lil Nas X announcing he is gay during pride weekend.
While showing his appreciation for the new generation of hip-hop acts, the “Best Friend” crafter divulged that he believes X shouldn’t have revealed his sexuality when Thugger was asked how he feels about the backlash directed towards Nas X following his announcement.
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“I feel like he probably shouldn’t have told the world, because these days—motherf***ers is just all judgment,” he said. “It ain’t even about the music no more, Soon as the song comes on everybody’s like ‘this gay ass n***a.’”
Thugger quickly further explained his answer to the question, probably realizing he could face some heat for his statements regarding his opinion the matter by adding:
“It wasn’t a bad idea, and it was most definitely the best time to do it. During Pride [Month]. That was a G’s move.”
These comments come on the heels of Young Thug hopping on the latest remix of Lil Nas X’s viral hit “Old Town Road” — which also features Billy Ray Cyrus and Mason Ramsay.
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Thugger also claimed Juice WRLD is the second coming of his idol Lil Wayne, comparing himself to peak Weezy. You can check out the entire interview below. The Lil Nas X comments begin at the 15:00 mark.
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Young Thug Says in Interview That Lil Nas X Shouldn’t Have Revealed That He’s Gay was originally published on cassiuslife.com