Nipsey Hussle

Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle was forced to defend himself after disparaging gay men in an Instagram post about negative imagery of heterosexual black males in the media.

Critics took issue with Nipsey for a comment he wrote in the caption of an photo of well-dressed black males on Jan. 8.

Nipsey uplifted heterosexual black males while calling out the gay white media for lavishing praise on dysfunctional men like Laverne Cox and TS Madison, while criminalizing heterosexual black males.

“Demonstration speaks louder than Conversation,” Nipsey wrote. “They gone feed us every image of our men and boys but this one. No hyper violent… No homo sexual… No abandoners…. JUS STRONG BLAC MEN AND YOUNG Men.”

Nipsey’s critics called him out for assuming every black person in the image was heterosexual.

Openly gay Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson took offense at Nipsey for depicting gays as being weak, violent or fathers who abandon their families.

“The original point is that gay is not a bad thing, not synonymous with violent/abandoner and not the opposite of strong,” Deray tweeted.
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Nipsey responded:

“I don’t look down on gay people I love all Gods children [for real]. I take issue with the larger agenda. and I’m VERY WELL INFORMED contrary to my appearance. And my conclusion is there’s AN AGENDA… we can go fact for fact and get u some understanding if you’d like. If not God bless”.

The 32-year-old rapper added: “I listed 3 quality’s OVER represented in the mainstream media’s narrative of what a Blac man is… point out the 1st lie?”

Many Twitter users who are tired of the Gay Agenda sided with the rapper.

@iamstillpunch tweeted: “It’s crazy out of everything positive @NipseyHussle said in that ig post, ppl chose to focus on the one part they deem as being homophobic.”