Lil Nas X masterfully trolled a number of Christian protestors he referred to as "homophobes" by sending them pizza that they refused.
Bishop Lamor Whitehead, a Brooklyn clergyman, was a guest on Larry Reid Live and fired off a homophobic slur at the host.
Jesse Lee Peterson has some explaining to do.
In the "Rap Up 2021" drop, the Brooklyn veteran takes an ugly swipe at Lil Nas X, stating that the rapper would catch AIDS and die.
The video, which was shared by a fan, features Boosie being confronted by an alleged fan over his recent comments regarding the Atlanta pop star’s trolling of Boosie.
During a brief interview with TMZ, Big Freedia gave her take on the viral incident revealing that she doesn't feel that Boosie's continued viral rants-- including his most recent calling Lil Nas X the f-word, isn't a form of homophobia but more so him expressing his beef with Lil Nas X directly.
Boosie Badazz's homophobic obsession with Lil Nas X has gotten a response from the Montero's rapper's father.
Lil Nas X is a master when it comes to his own social media marketing, and is straight-up elite when it comes to trolling his faux-nemesis Boosie. The Baton Rouge rapper responded with a homophobic rant after Nas X said they had collaborated on song, which anyone with sense knew was totally make believe.
Now we're lowkey wondering what was Jon Gruden doing on January 6th?
After the openly gay entertainer and social media genius unveiled his pregnancy photoshoot to announce his upcoming album in MONTERO, Boosie lost all of his cool and attacked Lil Nas X as he's done in times past.
After delivering what appeared to be a sincere apology for the rant and for doubling down on those stances, the North Carolina rapper has deleted the apology that was posted via his Instagram page.
Megan Thee Stallion sounds off against homophobia in Hip-Hop.