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Monday, February 27, 2023

BABYMAMA: YK Osiris BM accuses him of being gay after catching him with a man

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that  YK Osiris BM accuses him of being gay. 

Quotessstingzzz wrote: "Stop asking me what happened to bd. I caught him with a man ok."

YK Osiris is an American rapper and singer from Jacksonville, Florida. He initially gained popularity with the release of his songs “I’m Next (Freestyle)” and “Valentine”. In 2022, he was dropped from Def Jam Recordings.

Last year, YK Osiris shocked his fans, by telling them that he had some “secret demons” in his life, that caused him to become s*ic*dal. Luckily the rapper pulled himself together, and did anything rash. 

The rapper has spent considerable time traveling the world with billionaire mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs. He also lived in Aubrey “Drake” Graham’s mansion for a few months.

And because of YK Osiris’ close relationship with powerful men in the entertainment industry, there have always been rumors – concerning how platonic those friendships were.

It's no secret that there's been a longstanding stigma when it comes to homosexuality in hip-hop. Some artists have even had their rap careers tarnished by rumors that they were connected to someone of the same sex. As a new generation of hip-hop consumers emerge and artists are living in their truth when it comes to their sexuality, the culture is proving to be more open-minded than ever before.

One of the biggest examples of hip-hop's growth when it comes to LGBTQ+ acceptance is Lil Nas X. The Georgia-bred artist had the biggest song on the planet when he came out on the last day of Pride Month in June of 2019. Since then, the "Old Town Road" rhymer has continued to wave the flag for rappers in the queer community, helping push the movement further into the mainstream.

With so many rappers, singers and producers in hip-hop coming out of the closet and being embraced rather than shunned by their peers, it seems the genre might finally be letting go of its prejudice. Here's a look at hip-hop artists who embrace being gay, lesbian or bisexual.

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