Lil Nas X’s Dad Defends Son Vs. Boosie Badazz


Lil Nas X’s Dad, Mr. Robert Stafford, took to social media this week to come in his rapper son’s defense. If you have read the latest report, you will learn that Lil Nas X and Boosie Badazz had a lighthearted jab at their continuous back-and-forth lately.

The multi-talented 22-year-old musician, whose music genres consist of pop rock, pop rap, hip-hop, country rap, and trap, took to social media to joke about his partnership with Boosie Badazz.

However, with the Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper getting trolled by Lil Nas X, this incident led to a long-winded tweet from the 38-year-old rapper. Boosie Badazz reportedly encouraged Lil Nas X to take his own life, among other things.

This harrowing happening reached Lil Nas X’s Dad. You will learn that the defensive Mr. Stafford aired out Boosie Badazz, calling out the latter’s disingenuous concern for the children’s future.

Lil Nas X’s father referred to the Louisiana native as a “gangsta rapper” with questionable morals. Mindful that Boosie Badazz has claimed he supports children, Mr. Stafford said that this rapper promotes drugs, the degradation of women, “getting high,” and gun violence.

As you can see, although Lil Nas X seemingly brushed off Boosie Badazz’s social media message shortly after their exchange, his father did not tolerate slander or homophobic rant directed towards his beloved offspring.

You can tell that this incident involving the “Old Town Road” rapper Montero Lamar Hill or Lil Nas X and Torrence Ivy Hatch, Jr. or Boosie Badazz, as well as today’s social media, media, and entertainment worlds, can be a bit harsh for the audiences.

Lil Nas X has always been open about his sexuality. Besides, he is not scared of displaying it on social media or his music videos.

Nevertheless, not everyone is pleased with Lil Nas X, and he has earned plenty of bizarre criticism. With these incidents of homophobic rants and insults, you can say that if rappers, young and old and rising ones and legends would merely support each other, life can certainly be better for them and their fans worldwide.

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