Boosie Badazz Prepares to Release Controversial “Letter to the Gays”


Boosie Badazz Prepares to Release Controversial “Letter to the Gays”

Boosie Badazz is once again courting controversy with his outspoken views.

Known for his contentious statements about the LGBTQ+ community, Boosie Badazz appears to be making an attempt at reconciliation—albeit on his own terms. Earlier this week, he took to Twitter/X to tease a new hip hop song titled “Letter to the Gays,” set to be released on June 25 as part of his forthcoming album, *Russia*.

In the brief preview, Boosie claims he’s not intending to offend anyone. However, he quickly reaffirms his controversial opinions on transgender issues, touching on gender reassignment surgery and transgender women in competitive sports. Despite asserting that he harbors no “hate” in his heart and hopes others feel the same, the song is likely to provoke strong reactions and may fall short of being the olive branch he envisions.

Boosie Badazz’s Album *Russia* Drops June 25

This isn’t the first time Boosie has sparked outrage with his comments. Just last week, he weighed in on Lil Uzi Vert’s new Marc Jacobs campaign, which featured the artist posing with a bright green limited edition 40th-anniversary tote bag. The campaign ignited a heated debate on social media, with many defending Lil Uzi Vert against unwarranted criticism.

Boosie, however, made his disapproval clear with a simple “OMG WTF” tweet, expressing shock at the fashion campaign.

As Boosie Badazz gears up to release “Letter to the Gays,” many are curious about the reception it will receive. What do you think of his upcoming track? Let us know in the comments.


The issue between Boosie Badazz and Dwayne Wade stems from Boosie’s controversial comments about Wade’s daughter, Zaya Wade. Zaya, who came out as transgender in 2020, received public support from her father, Dwayne Wade, and stepmother, Gabrielle Union. However, Boosie made headlines for his unsolicited and offensive remarks regarding Zaya’s transition.

In February 2020, Boosie posted a video on Instagram where he harshly criticized Dwayne Wade for supporting Zaya’s decision to live as her true gender. Boosie’s comments were widely condemned as transphobic and insensitive. He suggested that Zaya was too young to make decisions about her gender identity and urged Wade not to support her transition, making derogatory remarks in the process.

Boosie’s comments sparked significant backlash from the public and various celebrities who defended Zaya and her family’s support for her. Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union have not directly responded to Boosie’s remarks, but they have continued to publicly support Zaya and advocate for LGBTQ+ rights.

The incident highlights broader societal debates about transgender rights, parental support, and the appropriate way to discuss such sensitive topics. Boosie’s comments were seen by many as perpetuating harmful stereotypes and contributing to the stigma faced by transgender individuals.

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