Menu

InstagramTwitterYouTubeFacebookSnapchat
Globe Icon
Music

Rapper Young Thug says he can’t be gay because he doesn’t even have threesomes

Nick Duffy August 23, 2019
Young Thug performs on stage during Wireless Festival 2019 on July 06, 2019 in London, England.

Young Thug performs on stage during Wireless Festival 2019 on July 06, 2019 in London, England. (Lorne Thomson/Redferns)

Rapper Young Thug has strongly denied rumours about his sexuality, declaring himself the “straightest person in the world.”

The rapper, who has previously claimed that Lil Nas X should have kept his sexuality private, denied persistent rumours about his own sexuality on Wednesday (August 21).

Young Thug: I’m the straightest man in the world

In an interview with REAL 92.3 radio show Big Boy’s Neighborhood, the rapper said: “People judge me, and people say, ‘gay,’ but, n***a at one point, I probably had more h**s than [anyone else]… it’s serious!

“If people think that I’m gay, they already misjudged.”

Young Thug has declared himself the 'straightest man in the world.'
Young Thug has declared himself the ‘straightest man in the world.’ (Photo by Mark Horton/Getty Images)

He told the LA radio station: “I’m the straightest man in the world. I hate guys. F**k are you talking about? I’m not even having a threesome with no n***a!”

The rapper, who has previously been linked to girlfriend Jerrika Karlae, denied rumours about his sexuality in 2017.

The rapper, real name Jeffery Lamar Williams, said in a video uploaded to social media: “It is I, Jeffery. The one that get the most hate, and they say gay, but is also the richest in the A [Atlanta].”

The “Havana” rapper said previously that “Old Town Road” star Lil Nas X should not have come out.

Lil Nas X ‘should have stayed in closet, rapper claimed

In an interview for No Jumper in July, he said: “I feel like he probably shouldn’t have told the world. He shouldn’t have told the world.

“These days, motherf*****s, it’s just all judgment. Motherf*****s is just judging. It ain’t even about the music no more.

“Once you found out he was gay, as soon as the song come on now, everybody like, ‘This gay-ass n***a.’

“N***as don’t even care to listen to the song no more… It’s just like, to certain people, you know what I’m saying?”

Lil Nas X came out earlier this year, after dominating the charts with “Old Town Road.”

In an interview with BBC Breakfast in July, Lil Nas X explained: “It was something I was considering just never doing ever, just taking to the grave or something, but I don’t want to live my entire life not doing what I want to do.

“I’m also opening doors for more people.”

Addressing his fans, Lil Nas X said: “[I hope] that they feel more comfortable.

“Especially within the country and hip-hop communities, it’s not really accepting in either.”

More: Gay, lil nas x, rap, rapper, young thug

Read comments (0)

Close icon