Faith-based rapper Bizzle is speaking out about the Gay Agenda's alliance with rappers Macklemore, Jay Z, and the pro-gay media manipulation.
Bizzle, whose real name is Mark Felder, spoke to Allhiphop.com about “Same Love (A Response)”, his controversial reaction to Macklemore's gay-themed single "Same Love."
"I thought ["Same Love"] would fall off and disappear once they put out new material, but I saw the media keep trying to breathe life into the record and turning into a 'gay anthem,'" said Bizzle.
"I feel like we have conversations behind closed doors, but everybody’s afraid to speak, because nobody wants to be labeled a bigot, homophobic, or full of hate. I got tired of walking on egg shells. There has to be an opposing side. The media can’t make people afraid to disagree."
Bizzle's views have prompted backlash from young gays who label him a "homophobic Christian rapper." But Bizzle is undeterred. He said he is speaking for rappers who are afraid to speak their minds in fear of retaliation.
Bizzle pointed out rappers such as Jay Z who are being used to push the gay agenda.
"The biggest one who co-signed gay marriage was Jay Z," said Bizzle. "I would say he’s at the top of Hip Hop, and if you wanted to push something to Black people that would be who you’d take anything through. Just because he’s powerful. Also, anybody you’ve seen in a skirt – A$AP Rocky. Anybody who they’ve put on a platform and made them say, “this is just like what we went through.”
The rapper took offense at gay advocates comparing homosexuality -- a human sexual behavior -- to the Black struggle.
"They should get the rights that married people get as far as tax breaks, but if your right to marry violates the pastor’s right to not marry you because of his religion, then I can’t be for this right against that right," said Bizzle.
Also, I know that gay people suffered. A lot of people seem to think that I’m just disregarding any of gay people’s struggle, and that’s not what I’m doing. What I’m saying is don’t compare them. I don’t compare slavery to the Holocaust. Don’t compare this to that, because the moment you start comparing similarities, then you make it okay for me to compare the differences. I do believe there are differences. Source
Bizzle and his wife have two boys.
More from Sandrarose.com: