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Does Gay Rap Have A Right To Exist?

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Corey Blue
Corey Blue
19 Nov 2017

First thing's first - this isn’t a Breakdown with a political agenda and we aren’t condemning anyone for their sexual preference. However comfortable or uncomfortable you are with the LGBTQ community, homosexuality exists. We’re not debating whether it’s right or wrong - what we’re discussing this week is whether or not you believe it should have a place in the music of our culture. Does Gay Rap have a right to exist? Let’s break it down…

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Kemetgod
Kemetgod 2 years ago

Nope and that's final.

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2 years ago

Gay Rap is an Oxymoron.

Rap is a culmination of Blackness expression in its rawest and most direct form.

Gay is a word that meant 'happy' until white people molested it away from its original meaning to cover the natural, synaptic feelings of rejection that majority of people experience when presented with the context of SODOMY.

I bet devils LOVE this goofy mess.

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Boom
Boom 2 years ago

That was very educational, I had no idea. Hip hop/rap sure has changed over the years.

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