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Rap star Young Thug: ‘There is no such thing as gender’

Joseph McCormick July 7, 2016

Rapper Young Thug has said “I feel like there is no such thing as gender”, stripping away stereotypes of gender.

The artist features in Calvin Klein’s Autumn Winter 2016 campaign and made the comments about gender in a video interview for the campaign.

Young Thug

He says: “In my world of course, it don’t matter… You could be a gangster with a dress, you could be a gangster with baggy pants. I feel like there’s no such thing as gender.”

The rap star was responding to a question about the fact that he has in the past worn dresses.

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Check out the clip via Calvin Klein below:

Young Thug is an Atlanta rap star, famed for his gender-fluidity and refusal to adhere to gender stereotypes.

In a magazine shoot, he was praised after he modelled a sheer dress and tutu.

The rapper has had to address “gay” rumours before, refusing to confirm or deny his sexuality.

However, he has opened up about his six children and his relationship with fiancée, Jerrika Karlae.

Young Thug ignited a feud with Quan on Twitter, saying that he’d give his fellow rapper “a pass.”

The duo – hailed as two of Atlanta’s brightest new stars – have since denied that they are in a gay relationship.

Responding to questions regarding his relationship with his fellow musician, Quan said that they have a strictly working relationship and record up to twenty collaborative tracks a week.

In recent months, other American rappers – such as A$AP Rocky and Lil B – have spoken out in support of LGBT issues.

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