When Lil Nas X dropped the tracklist for his debut album “Montero” earlier this month, some individuals criticized the younger rapper for having no Black males featured, regardless of having a number of Black girls on the album.
“There is a homophobic cloud over hip-hop, and he’ll break that sh-t down,” Child Cudi wrote within the piece, printed Wednesday. “We’ve to face with him. I will do no matter I’ve to do to let him know — you’ve got my assist.”
Since popping out as homosexual, Lil Nas X has been the topic of rampant backlash from some members of the hip-hop group who’ve painted him and his sexuality as a menace to Black males. This occurred most notably when rapper Boosie used slurs in opposition to Lil Nas X, threatening to “beat [Lil Nas X’s] a**.” Boosie’s feedback got here days after rapper DaBaby insulted homosexual males and shared misinformation about HIV throughout a efficiency on the music competition Rolling Loud.
“To have a homosexual man in hip-hop doing his factor, crushing data — that’s large for us and for Black excellence,” Child Cudi wrote Wednesday. “The best way he is unafraid to make individuals uncomfortable is so rock ‘n’ roll. He is a real rock star.”