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Boosie Badazz had a predictable reaction to Lil Nas X's pregnancy photos in PEOPLE magazine.

The "Old Town Road" rapper strapped on a prosthetic belly to symbolize the birth of his "baby" on Sept. 17.

Boosie didn't hold back in his response to the 22-year-old:

"NAS X WTF U JUST DONT STOP. I THINK HES GOING TO TURN AROUND N SUCK ONE OF HIS BACK GROUND DANCERS D-CK ON NATIONAL TV #protectyours #godturninoverinhisgrave."

The 38-year-old Baton Rouge native is virulently anti-LGBT - and LNX is his favorite target.

In July, Boosie called LNX a "fa**ot" and promised to "beat up" the 22-year-old rapper on sight after LNX filmed a nude scene with prison inmates in his "Industry Baby" music video.

Boosie defended his hateful remarks during a sit down with the Breakfast Club.

"I just be feeling like sometimes I gotta speak up because, as far as straight people in the world, you don't have any opinion... If you say anything, 'I'm straight, I like women,' it's vulgar. You can't brag on really smashing or your sexuality anymore."

Boosie also predicted there will be not be any straight Black boys in 10 years.

Twitter users reacted to Boosie's homophobic comments.

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Lil Nas X reacted to the backlash over his pregnancy photo shoot to celebrate the impending delivery of his new album, Montero.

The "Old Town Road" rapper strapped on a prosthetic belly to symbolize the birth of his "baby" on Sept. 17.

He claimed he came up with the concept while listening to Megan Thee Stallion's verse on his new song "Dolla Sign Slime."

However, YouTube beauty influencer James Charles previously pulled a similar stunt, wearing a prosthetic belly in a photo shoot.

James, 22, faced backlash from women who say the YouTuber trivialized the pregnancy experience because men can't get pregnant.

Now LNX is facing backlash from outraged and confused social media users.

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Comedian Donnell Rawlings commented in a since-deleted post:

"I'm with freedom of whatever, but at this point Lil Nas is f---ing with the minds of kids. What are your thoughts, how do I explain this shit to my son?"

One user responded:

"boys have been putting basketballs under their shirt to look pregnant since 1891. Your son will be alright."

LNX responded to one critic, saying:

"One day y'all will learn I am not a representation of anyone but Lil Nas X."

Social media influencer James Charles sparked a furious backlash on Instagram and YouTube after he shared a photo of himself pretending to be pregnant to support a friend, Laura Mellado, who is pregnant.

Charles, a female-identified makeup artist, titled his video "24 Hours Being PREGNANT!!"

He wrote in the caption: "I'm trying something I'll never get to experience, being pregnant! My best friend Laura is pregnant with her second baby so she challenged me to be pregnant for 24 hours to see if I was strong enough to go through what she does!"

His 24 ours of "pregnancy" included being hooked up to a device that simulates pregnancy contractions.

Many called his antics "insensitive" after he wore a fake belly prosthetic and appeared before a backdrop of flowers, similar to a photo shoot by Beyonce.

Charles added a disclaimer to his video: "This video is not being made in any way, shape, or form to make fun of, to make light of pregnancies and the sensitivities and the complications that come around it."

Charles, who has 52 million followers across 2 platforms, continued:

"It's obviously such a beautiful, beautiful thing that women go through with their bodies and it takes a whole lot of strength as well. I know firsthand from watching Laura do it twice now. This is just a lighthearted video to see if I can last for 24 hours experiencing some of the ‘challenges’ that are even possible for me to actually experience today."

One follower wrote: "I love you James. But be ready to expect backlash. This wasn't a good move. It's very insensitive & I'm generally not a sensitive person. Sorry bud. This ain't right."

Another wrote: "You have gone off the deep end."

And a third wrote: "This is a big NO very insensitive and any backlash you get you deserve."
 

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Keri Hilson displayed a fake baby bump prosthetic on social media, which sparked a wild debate among her followers.

The semi-retired singer/songwriter uploaded photos that show her cradling a baby bump, resembling a 5-6 month pregnancy.

She didn't caption the images, which left her followers with many unanswered questions. She also shared a video, which she captioned with laughing emojis.

According to Page Six, Hilson is not pregnant.

Hilson, 38, captioned the clip with a whimsical [emojis] which could mean literally anything — but a peruse of her Instagram history seems to disprove the notion that Hilson is pregnant, given that two weeks ago she was posting swimsuit pics displaying a rather flat stomach.

Page Six theorized that Hilson is playing a prank on her followers.

Could Hilson be donning a prosthetic baby bump for a TV or film role? Per IMDB, her most recent credit is in a film called “Don't Waste Your Pretty," based on a novel of the same name, which is slated for a 2021 release, though according to one site, production on the film wrapped in August.

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