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Dozens of outraged customers deleted their Postmates app over the company's "Bottom-Friendly Menu" campaign.

The controversial tweet was part of Postmate's "Bottom-Friendly" menu campaign that includes the hashtag #EatWithPride.

"You shouldn't miss a good meal for a good time. That's why this Pride, we've teamed up with @DrEvanGoldstein and @smartthrob to create the world's first Bottom-Friendly Menu (yup, it's real). #EatWithPride."

The tweet included a graphic that explained the proper diet for "tops" and "bottoms" to ensure that everyone has a good time.

"If you're a top, it seems you can eat whatever you want," said the narrator over an image of a masculine eggplant wearing leather and chains.

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The narrator explained that men who are "bottoms" must be more picky about what they eat to avoid "causing a traffic jam in your digestive system making a mess of your evening."

A Twitter follower wrote in response to the campaign:

"Honestly, this is the level of Pride other corps should strive for. If you're not literally helping us have sex, can you really call yourself an ally?"

To which Postmates responded:

"Exactly. We're tired of heterosexual sex being the main focus of sexual education. Homosexual sex, specifically bottoming, is all too often omitted and stigmatized. Not this year. Happy Pride!"

Offended Twitter followers deleted their Postmates apps.

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Da Brat praised Ray J for saying straight men should support their LGBT+ brothers during Pride Month.

The "One Wish" singer/actor said straight men should show more love for their gay brothers.
 
RELATED: Ray J: ‘Straight dudes need to show more love to gay dudes’
 
Homophobia in the Black community has been linked to psychological fear of sexuality in response to a history of exploitation by slave masters.

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In a video on his Instagram Stories, Ray J said, "It's Gay Pride Month. Shout out to all my gay ni**as. Shout out to everybody in the LGBT community. I told my ni**as that it need to be more straight ni**as giving love to the gay ni**as... I got a lot of gay friends and I got a lot of real ni**as that's gay and we make a lot of money together, but it ain't just about the money."

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TMZ caught up with Da Brat and her wife Judy Dupart and asked them to comment on Ray J's statements.

"I think when Ray J's passionate about something he speaks on it and I'm not mad at him," said Da Brat. "I kinda appreciate him for speaking out and saying how he feels. Shout out everybody, you shouldn't discriminate. If somebody you know and love is gay and they're doing something great, shout 'em out and give 'em their flowers, too."

Da Brat said Ray J may not be the right messenger to affect change in the Black community.

"Maybe if Snoop said it," she said of Ray J's blood cousin. "Snoop has more people of different genres and people all over the world know Snoop, but it may affect some change in people that respect Ray J. But, you know, I think a lot of the OG's out here would respect somebody else saying it, too, but I think it definitely helps."

Da Brat, 48, denied her lesbian preference for decades before finally coming out a few years ago.

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Five Tampa Rays baseball players are catching heat for refusing to wear LGBT+ logos on their uniforms to celebrate Gay Pride Month.

The Tampa Bay Rays wore rainbow logos on their uniform sleeves and ball caps during the MLB's annual "Pride Night" celebration at Tropicana Field for Pride Month.

However, five Rays players chose to remove the rainbow logos from their uniforms before taking the field on Sunday.

The five baseball players are Jason Adam, Jalen Beeks, Brooks Raley, Jeffrey Springs and Ryan Thompson.

Jason Adam was chosen to speak for the five players. He told the Tampa BayTimes that the decision to remove the logos was "faith-based".

"A lot of it comes down to faith, to like a faith-based decision," he said.

Adam said the Pride logo represented a "lifestyle" that conflicted with their religion, but gays are always welcome at Tropicana Field.

"So it's a hard decision. Because ultimately we all said what we want is them to know that all are welcome and loved here," Adam said.

"I think a lot of guys decided that it's just a lifestyle that maybe — not that they look down on anybody or think differently — it's just that maybe we don't want to encourage it if we believe in Jesus," he said.

But Tampa Pride president Carrie West blasted the five players who removed the Pride logo from their uniforms. West said they were "hiding behind their religion" and had "shamed" the club's efforts to support the LGBT+ community.

"The fact that Tampa Bay Rays have a Pride Night is because they have a very high LGBTAQ fan base," West said in a statement to The Independent on Monday. "The Tropicana Field is right in the heart of the St Petersburg Gay Community with gay bars, businesses, restaurants, and retail all around the stadium."

"It just so happens that the LGBTAQ community is a very large fan base in following your franchise and we are honored and celebrate this one night during PRIDE Month," West said.

"To not say Thank You and get snubbed from the five players for Your Support and getting the $$$ for top salary dollars is truly a SHAME to be reckoned with! DO NOT HIDE BEHIND RELIGION! YOU HAVE ALREADY SHOWN YOUR COLORS."