Lil Boosie lets loose with homophobic rant in interview

Lil Boosie Badazz unleashes shocking homophobic rant
Lil Boosie Badazz unleashes shocking homophobic rant

A video featuring troubled rapper Lil Boosie delivering a homophobic rant is racking up hits online.

In it, the 'Thug Talk' star says he would beat his own son to try and change their sexuality, if they told him they were gay.

Boosie also claims that by 2026, nearly 50 percent of people will be homosexual due to a forceful media campaign, which he asserts is being carried out by television networks for financial gain.

"They're trying to make everybody f**king gay," the rapper, also known as Boosie Badazz, says in the interview with DJ Vlad.

"They putting it on our culture. They're putting it everywhere. Gay stuff is everywhere. I think that they're just trying to do it to make a monetary gain. They're not doing it for the gays. They're not really fans of the gays. They're doing it for monetary gain.

"I say in 10 years, you're going to have damn near half the population gay because of what they put on TV ... because how they're forcing it."

The 33-year-old, whose real name is Torrence Hatch, came under fire for a since-deleted Instagram post complaining about TV featuring too much "gay shit" in November 2015.

He made the more recent comments while trying to explain he didn't hate gay people "at all" to DJ Vlad, but refused to back down from his theory that watching television can forcefully change a person's sexual preference.

"You got cartoons that have gays. On cartoons! These are kids," rages Boosie.

"[Children] shouldn't be turned onto gay cartoon when their mind not even developed yet. What if they like how that cartoon talk? Now, you're forcing them to be gay. Every TV show is gays. They're kissing each other. It's out of hand."

Perhaps the most disturbing comments Boosie makes are about how he'd react to having one of his own children come out as gay.

"First, I'm gonna try to slap his ass back straight. I'm gonna kick his ass, and maybe he'll realise that he's not gay," he says.

"But if I can't stop him from being gay, I'm not going to ban my son from my life. I'll just have to find some crazy-ass way to deal with it."

Boosie has been imprisoned on drugs charges and was also tried for first-degree murder, although he was found not guilty.

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