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Rapper A$AP Rocky Preaches Equality For All!

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We definitely need more rappers to take a stand like A$AP Rocky!

The rapper states that he doesn't care about other sexuality and that he wishes hip hop wasn't so "close-minded."

He compares the genre against pop's indiscrimination towards sexuality and its embrace of stars like Lady Gaga.

A$AP says the following on equality:

It doesn't matter. You don't see people for being gay. People need to leave gay people the f*ck alone. Like, who cares? If you still care about sh*t like that you need to just hang yourself like the rest of them KKK motherf*ckers. For real. Who gives a f*ck?

He sure loves the "F" word!

A$AP Rocky also talked about his past homophobic days and stated that he's more knowledgeable, making him a better person.

Maybe he can educate some of his fellow rappers too!

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8 comments to “Rapper A$AP Rocky Preaches Equality For All!”

  1. JM says – reply to this


    1

    Dude … spend some money on those disgusting teeth. Until then, please keep your mouth closed because i almost lost my breakfast looking at those choppers.



  2. 2

    A real role model, lmao. You can have him.



  3. 3

    Where the hell does he mention Lady Gaga? I see Perez is back on the hype of trying to replug her to get her back in the spotlight as her star is fading…LOL People are over her!



  4. 4

    F.a.g.g.o.t!



  5. 5

    ugh perez dont fucking ruin A$AP for the real rap lovers..



  6. 6

    @JM Dude…those are gold grillz. his mouth IS money.

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


    7

    It helps that he was born in 1988 and missed a lot of the phobic views that permeated the decades prior. He may say the f word a lot, but this kid worked his way up the hard way and even lived in a shelter with his mom for a while. On December 5, 2011, the BBC announced that he had been nominated for the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll, and that's no small potatoes.



  8. 8

    I saw him when he opened up for Drake over the weekend! Good show!