Rick Ross says there’s a place for LGBTQ in the rap industry. Many controversies have arisen around the topic of the LGBTQ+ community, especially among artists and their fans. With the emergence of a gay hip-hop star like Lil Nas X, Nas X has not been given due acceptance and acknowledgment as a musician, which didn’t bother him. Nas X sees himself as pioneering this new civilization of homosexuality in hip-hop music.
Another new generation LGBTQ + rapper is Saucy Santana who released his first album in December 2021 titled Keep It Playa. The album featured Rubi Rose and City Girls, he also release another album in February 2022 with Tay Money.
Saucy Santana reveals some weeks ago that he loves to be recognized as homosexual. He also expressed his unwavering stand for homosexuality will encourage other artists in the LGBTQ+ community and help them to overcome their fears.
Rick Ross informed Quentin Latham of FOX Soul recently that he encourages musicians like Santana to pursue his dreams. He said: “I’m not familiar with the name Santana. But live your life, chase your dreams and go hard man. Go hard.”
Ross responded after he was asked if his style of music permit homosexuals, that rap music had already accepted the LGBTQ+ community: “I believe hip-hop has already embraced it, without a doubt.”
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