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You may not know rapper Boosie Badazz by name… and honestly, that's okay.
The 33-year-old musician may have a small level of fame thanks to his rap career, but he's finally actually being talked about for all the wrong reasons.
That's because Boosie just went on a homophobic rant to Vlad TV on Thursday, where he not only condoned child abuse, but also claimed that the media is making people choose to be gay.
In fact, Lil Boosie — real name Torrence Hatch — believes that pro-LGBT cartoons are going to turn "damn near half the population gay" in just ten years' time, saying:
Dishing on the importance of keeping James' life private, Blake shared:
"My husband and I chose a profession and a side effect of that is your personal life is public. Our child hasn't had the opportunity to choose whether or not she wants her personal life to be public or not. So in order to give her as much normality as possible, we want her to have a childhood like we had. So we can't really throw her into the lion's den that is LA, not that we really want to."
The little one-year-old must have the most normal life ever… not that she knows it yet!
Of course with another baby on the way, it will be interesting to see if any of that changes for the adorable family.
But at least for Blake, while she'll be a momma to two, motherhood won't be any different. The 28-year-old admitted:
The gorgeous gal had no idea the media would have a frenzy when they announced their big breakup, saying:
"It was a difficult time in our lives. We didn't know that the 'conscious uncoupling' phrase was going to inspire so much conversation."
But eventually, that conversation changed course, and people began applauding the actress instead of picking apart her failed marriage. She explained:
"At the time people said, these people are crazy and it's true, but over time now I hear people saying thank you for showing there is another way."
Plus, the lovely lady stressed she and the musician don't need to be married in order to be a family, adding:
"You can remain a family even though you are not a couple and make it a less traumatic experience for the children. It wasn't my phrase, but I'm very proud of it."
In fact, the 43-year-old admitted she'll even make compromises with her ex, even though things are strictly platonic now:
Jimmy Kimmel is the undisputed king of pranks.
At Halloween and Christmas, his accomplices are parents turning their children's greed against them — but on Father's Day, he turns the tables!
This year's Father's Day YouTube Challenge issued by the JKL host asked kids to play a game of catch with their dads.
Sounds like some Norman Rockwell shiz, right? Except the dads couldn't know it was coming — and the kids had to throw anything but a ball! Ha!
Ch-ch-check out some of the worst Father's Day presents — sent by air express (above)!