Boosie Badazz Accuses Gabrielle Union Of “Gay Bashing”

Gabrielle Union said Boosie Badazz has “a lot of d*ck on his mind” following transphobic statements about Zaya Wade.

BYAron A.
Boosie Badazz Accuses Gabrielle Union Of “Gay Bashing”

Boosie Badazz frequent criticism of the LGBTQ+ community found him in a long-standing feud with Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union. The rapper’s comments about Zaya Wade led to a ban on Instagram and Planet Fitness, where he filmed transphobic comments before sending them off to the ‘Gram. At the time, Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union didn’t fuel the media storm that he caused but eventually, the Bring It On actress gave Boosie a piece of her mind.

“He’s so preoccupied. It’s almost like don’t protest too much Lil Boos’.... You got a lot of dick on your mind,” she told Jemele Hill. Union and Hill then went onto further imply that Boosie hasn’t confronted his own sexuality. “It’s like, sir, is there something you want to go ahead and tell us,” she said. Boosie later fired back, claiming Dwyane Wade was also homosexual. “​​Hope you don’t think black couples look at yall like a power couple they don’t!” he tweeted. Go bang him with that dildo and wait on a script u lil white girl.”

Boosie Badazz Calls Gabrielle Union A “Hypocrite”

During Boosie Badazz's latest appearance on Vlad TV, he went on to share a more in-depth reaction to Gabrielle Union’s comments about him. Though he acknowledged that he has no knowledge of Wade actually being gay, the rapper explained that he found her comments hypocritical, especially as an advocate for gay rights. “For her to say that, that makes her a hypocrite,” he said. “You don’t want no one to talk about what goes on in those situation but you’re saying that somebody has dick on their mind? So if you do got d*ck on your mind, you feel some type of way about that. Baby, you a hypocrite.”

At this point, Vlad interjected, describing Gabrielle Union's comments as a form of “gay bashing” which Boosie agreed with. “You ‘gay bashing’ me,” he added with a smirk on his face. “Are you gay bashing? You’re a hypocrite… Everything I spoke to her was from the heart. We don’t look at you like a power couple, baby. I mean, not the people where I’m from.” However, Boosie explained that he “tried to be respectful” since family members personally asked him not to mention Zaya. Check the full clip above. 

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