These hip hop artists are all about free love
Rihanna has always been outspokenly opposed to any inequality and hate. Prior to the 2015 Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage, Ri-Ri had something to say to an Indiana crowd in response to their anti-gay marriage laws. As she was about to perform her song she did with TI, “Live your life,” she shouted to the crowd, “I wanna hear you say, ‘F**k that s**t.’ ‘Cause we’re just living our motherf***ing lives. Indiana!”
Rihanna is always a champion for love, and we love Ri-Ri.
Lil B has gone from ignorance to awareness and support for the LGBT community right before our very eyes. The Based God isn’t very influential when it comes to record sales, but is a phenomenal social media marketer with an immense following.
When Bruce Jenner became Caitlyn, Lil B said some less than understanding things on Twitter. After the backlash, he told fans that he’s, “Still growing,” and doing research to put an end to his “Transphobia.”
Lil B should be understanding, come on, his fifth album is called I’m Gay.
Dispelling any sentiment of anti-gay feelings in A$AP Rocky’s early career, in 2011 he said, “You will lose a lot of time and friendship being homophobic…..That’s being racist but in a sexual way.”
Pretty Flacko has too much fashion sense to turn his back on the LGBT community. He has respect for so many artists and designers that sexually orient themselves however they want.