T-Pain addresses a previous comparison he made concerning Ray J after seeing his sex tape with Kim Kardashian, which led into a conversation about people being homophobic. The “Up Down” rapper believes that “if you aren’t gay, then gay things shouldn’t bother you.”
The conversation then turns to T-Pain’s gay assistant, which the rapper says has made other people uncomfortable to approach him in the club or any time they are together. He believes that there is so much homophobia in hip-hop that it stops people from working with talented artists like Frank Ocean, which T-Pain says is “terrible, because they need Frank Ocean on the song.” The Florida native adds that he doesn’t work with anyone who’s homophobic in the business and who cut others off over the way they want to live their lives.
well good work t!
stan for us just a bit!
t knows what goes down in the offices and studios late at night with some of these rappers.
they should just make comments on police brutality or long lines at popeyes.
dont do it to yourself “insert rapper’s name here”.
anyway i gotta say i loved t pain’s album with that circus theme.
it had “chopped and screwed” by luda on it.
lets get some new records out there t.
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