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See what happens when straight guys are tricked into being in a gay rap video

Joseph McCormick December 15, 2015

This setup shows how a group of macho straight guys act when faced with a gay rapper kissing in front of them.

Comedian Ben Bizuneh set up an detailed plan to lure in some straight guys for his social experiment.

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The guys were asked to dance in the background of a music video for a made up artist named ‘Boss Quoss’.

The song, seemingly about ‘rolling dice’, was actually intended to be code for giving a handjob.

When asked to have the dice rolled in their face, one of the background guys agreed.

The filing for the video started off as most would expect, but later in the video the artist and one of the guys simply start making out.

You might be surprised with what happens next.

Unsurprisingly some of the men walk away, complaining about the kiss, one shouting: “We’re heterosexual men who love women. It’s as simple as that.”

However more unexpectedly, some stayed behind and were fairly accepting.

“I support Boss Quoss, the first openly gay rapper, and I ain’t mad at him,” said one man.

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Given that the rap industry is known for having a questionable history on gay issues, this setup seems to prove that those in the industry can surprise.

Check out the video below:

More: Music, music industry, rap

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