Earlier today, Offset was provoked into delivering a lengthy response to allegations of homophobia that were levied against him by many social media users. After he said that he doesn't "vibe with queers" in the lyrics to his new YFN Lucci collaboration, "Boss Life," the Migos rapper has caught a ton of flack from many hip-hop listeners around the world. Now, famed songwriter Starrah is joining the fray, going in on Offset and, to a lesser degree, any rapper who uses similar language in a song.

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Starrah, who has written hit material for the likes of Rihanna, Kevin Gates, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Jeremih, and Travis Scott was quick to voice her displeasure with the comments made by the man who still counts himself as Cardi B's fiancee. "Rappers gotta chill with homophobia. It’s corny," he said on Twitter. "Their hooks be be written by me and I’m LGBT af. Clothes be designed by a LGBT designer. The LGBT fam has the best vibe. Admit it & Respect it. It’s okay."

Starrah also added that men and women in that community have ceased accepting "f**ked up narratives" directed towards them, especially when they appear in art. Check out her response, in full, below.

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Offset's response was a heated one, as he tried his best to distance himself from the stench of homophobia that many thought the lyrics carried with it. "I don't even speak on sexuality," he said. "[...] I'm not against nobody your choice in life I have fans that love my music I don't discriminate & I don't speak on politics or sexuality," he added. "I don't judge people."