***WARNING: MAJOR The Walking Dead Spoilers Ahead***
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This New York rapper's about to get really real with fans!
The performer even had nervous second thoughts on releasing the music, revealing via Twitter:
Sorry guys, got a bit inside my head over the weekend. I wanted to put out this Same Love remix but like I freaked out.
— Ala$ka Yxxng (@AngelHaze) October 21, 2013
Luckily for us, she decided to post the song, which begins by confessing:
"Hi mom, I'm really scared right now, but, I have to. At age 13 my mother knew I wasn't straight/ She didn't understand but she had so much to say/ She sat me on the couch, looked me straight in my face/ She said, 'You'll burn in hell or probably die of AIDS."
Miz Haze continues to express her struggle for equality in the seven minute track, and it's truly amazing!
Ch-ch-check out the lyrically beautiful message (above!)
It's extremely difficult to leave yourself so exposed, and for that, we love her!