Pusha T discusses why there aren't openly gay rappers and using the n-word with Larry King.
One last clip for you to watch from Larry King's interview with Pusha T for "Larry King Now." After discussing his relationship with Pharrell, as well as his dream collaborations and production from The Neptunes on his new album, Pusha T discussed why there are no openly gay rappers and what he thinks about using the n-word.
Pusha Ton says he feels, in this day and age, that no one would care if there was an openly gay rapper, as long as the music is good. "The coming out party is just not that important anymore, I don't think we'd care. Even if there was a gay rapper I don't know if [it would bother anybody], if the music was good," he told Larry King.
The G.O.O.D. rapper also gave his opinion on the NFL banning the n-word, and says it definitely should be banned, despite himself using it in his music.