Boosie Badazz says that he has more trust in gay people to manage his money than he does in “regular people.” Boosie explained his statement during an interview with Math Hoffa’s My Expert Opinion podcast on Friday. The comments come after Boosie has dealt with numerous accusations of homophobia.
“Everybody who speak the truth, they try to make you seem crazy,” he said. “Anything I speak on, I feel deeply that way. Everything I speak, I stand on it. It’s just that the world took it out of context, and said that I have something against those people, when I don’t.”
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Boosie continued: “People have to understand that it’s not the same stroke for the same folk. My fuckin’ assistant manager is gay as fuck. Like, bruh. I don’t know where people get that from. He understands me, he know I don’t have any ill will towards those people. He deals with money, he deals with business. It ain’t never looked at like that. I trust gay people more than I trust regular people.”
It’s not the first time Boosie has discussed putting his faith in the LGBTQ community. Amid accusations of homophobia in 2021, Boosie shared that his tour manager at the time was gay. In doing so, he described himself as being “misunderstood sometimes.”
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“This is my tour manager, he takes care of a lot of business, that’s Jay Cooper,” Boosie said in 2021. “He go get the money right there. People don’t understand, Jay, that I have nothing against gay people or nothing like that. You’re gay. You make half my money! I’m just misunderstood sometimes. Sometimes I just say it the wrong way. [Gay people] be misunderstood. I got family members [that are] gay, like, gay people have better hearts than us regular n***as.”