Migos says Frank Ocean collab proves their not homophobic; talk not knowing race or color

THE PROOF IS IN THE PRODUCTION…

Though the almighty men of Migos found themselves at the center of side eye-worthy controversy over some SO NASTY SO RUDE comments made in regards to iLoveMakonnen’s recent admission of homosexuality, Quavo, the de facto leader of the chart topping rap trio, says his past work with an openly LGBTQ artist proves he’s everything BUT homophobic.

WE’LL BE THR JUDGE OF ALL’AT, BOO…

SO PEEP..
A few weeks back, the “Bad And Bojee” rhymers caught more than a few proverbial claws to the face for turning up their noses at the support the “Tuesday” rapper received after coming out as gay.
“Damn, Makonnen!,’ Quavo said at the news of his fellow Georgia representatives sexual revelation while chopping it up with Rolling Stone back in February. “They supported him?,” he questioned… to which his band mate, Offset, chimed in, “That’s because the world is f***ed up.”

Going for a full trifecta of slander, Takeoff added, “This world is not right.” Which was followed up by Quavo saying, “We ain’t saying it’s nothing wrong with the gays…[Makonnen] first came out talking about trapping and selling Molly, doing all that. That’s wack, bro.'”
WELLLLLLLL…

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Despite having issued an apology for their sus comments the same day the article was released, the group’s 25-year-old Northeast Atlanta born frontman made an effort clear the air about his feelings on homosexuality in the rap game while he and his “Versace” spitting cohorts served as cover daddies for the latest issue of Billboard magazine…
Pointing to his collaborative Calvin Harris produced project, with bisexual singer/songwriter Frank Ocean as a testament to his willingness to embrace artists of all sexual orientations, Quavo explained his stance on the controversial matter…
“If you real from the heart, you real from the heart,” the rapper told Billboard. “That ain’t got nothing to do with no sex or gender. It’s 2017, and we all living. When [Makonnen’s] music came out I thought it was hard, so if he would’ve come out the same way…” he said before stating, “I got a record with Frank Ocean. That closes my case.”
HMMMM…

IS THAT ENOUGH THO????
Elsewhere in his chat with the publication, Quavo spilled his views on race saying, “Going to Moscow was the same [as going to Africa] because I don’t know what color or race I am. I feel connected all the way around the world. When I hit that mic, I feel universal.”
READ MIGOS ENTIRE BILLBOARD INTERVIEW HERE
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By : Asia Grace

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