BOOSIE Badazz has been receiving plenty of backlash after he made homophobic comments while slamming Lil Nas X’s pregnancy album cover.
This is not the first that Boosie has made controversial remarks about the popular rapper.
It all kicked off after Lil Nas revealed he will be releasing another album, as he made the announcement by claiming he’s “pregnant” and posted several photos posing with a baby bump.
He wrote on Instagram at the time: “SURPRISE! I can’t believe I’m finally announcing this. My little bundle of joy ‘MONTERO’ is due September 17, 2021.”
A couple of days later, the hitmaker would share more photos of himself with his bump, this time writing in all caps: “2 weeks until baby Montero arrives.”
He added: “What are u guys bringing to the baby shower?”
While the 22-year-old received a wide-range of reactions, it was Boosie’s comments that really opened some eyes.
He tweeted: “Nas X WTF you just don’t stop. I think he’s going to turn around and suck one of his background dancers’ d**k on national TV.”
Fans were quick to come to the Old Town Road singer’s defense, as they took to the comments section.
One person hit back at Boosie: “Why do you care about what he’s doing? Worry about yourself.”
Another added: “Go monitor your blood sugar and not what he’s doing,” while a third chimed in, “Why are you so pressed about this man that is never worried about you?”
One fan suggested Boosie is helping market Lil Nas, as they wrote: “At this point you’re promoting this man more than you promote yourself.”
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Boosie has come after the entertainer in the past, as back in July the 38-year-old threatened that if he ever saw Lil Nas naked at an award show he’d “drag his a** offstage and beat his a**.”
He would then call out Lil Nas again on the radio show The Breakfast Club: “I gotta speak up because as far as straight people in the world, you don’t have any opinion no more on sexuality. Everything is harm. If you say anything — ‘I’m straight, I like women’ — it’s vulgar to, you know.”
Boosie added: “…I was like all these straight people in the world, all these millions of kids gonna watch this, and ain’t no straight rapper gonna say, ‘Nah, we don’t want you on that TV.’
“If you were trying to raise them, would you be cool with sitting there and trying to watch Nas X go up there and take his clothes off? If you do, Charlamagne [one of the radio hosts], you’re part of the problem.”
Lil Nas, who recently seemed to mock Drake’s new album Certified Lover Boy, will be releasing Montero on September 17, 2021.
It will feature 15 tracks, including the hit songs, Montero (Call Me by Your Name), Industry Baby, and Sun Goes Down.
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