VIDEO: Blueface asked his son 'if he's gay' while looking for snacks instead of looking at strippers twerking in his living room KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, July 7, 2023

VIDEO: Blueface asked his son 'if he's gay' while looking for snacks instead of looking at strippers twerking in his living room

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Blueface asked his son 'if he's gay' while looking for snacks instead of looking at strippers twerking in his living room.

Information reads: "Blueface is now facing backlash after asking his son if he was “gay” because he was looking for snacks instead of interacting with the girls dancing in his house."


Controversial rapper Blueface has garnered immense backlash online after asking his 6-year-old son whether he was gay. The former took to his official Instagram account and shared a story of his child Javaughn J. Porter looking for a snack in the pantry. The singer also showed women exposing themselves in an inappropriate manner in the living room of a residence. Internet users went on to express concern for the child. Meanwhile, the singer’s mother took to Instagram to address the same.

Recently, the 26-year-old took to his Instagram account and shared a video of several women twerking and dancing in the living room. His baby mother Alexis was also present in the house. The rapper then panned the camera to the house’s pantry where his son was searching for a snack. Blueface went on to ask the young child whether he was gay. The singer said:
“There’s booty cheecks out here and you in here looking for chips! Are you gay?”
The child simply laughed and went on to express that he was looking for something to eat.

On June 30, the final day of Pride Month, the young country-rap sensation Lil Nas X came out to his 2.2 million Twitter followers.

“Some of y’all already know, some of y’all don’t care, some of y’all not gone fwm no more. but before this month ends i want y’all to listen closely to ‘c7osure’” he wrote, referring to a track from his debut EP “7,” then the No. 1 rap album in the country.

Overnight, the 20-year-old Atlanta native — born Montero Lamar Hill — became the biggest gay pop star in the world. That he did so in the orbit of hip-hop and country, genres that have historically snubbed queer artists, was groundbreaking.

“Lil Nas X re-imagined an image of the Wrangler-wearing, horseback-riding man’s man into a young black representative of youth culture, got the attention of two traditionally macho cultures and then came out on the last day of Pride,” said Roy Kinsey, a Chicago-based librarian and rapper at the forefront of Chicago’s queer rap scene. “It was genius.”

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