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these rappers are slowly coming out the closet, you woul dn't catch me dead wearing women belts & sneakers laugh.gifmean.gif
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What is the purpose of this thread? Seriously

Juelz is still one of the flyest rappers IMO

I don't cosign the Jeremy Scott sneakers tho
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Y'all are buggin . . . Jeremy Scotts are fly and wearing the big buckle belts are cool . . . I personally wouldn't wear them because they are kinda gaudy, but it's definitely ridiculous to say he is "coming out the closet" for rocking big buckle belts . . . You prolly rocked with the big buckle trend before he said that . . .

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no i don't wear anything that a women wears, if your comfortable in that stuff more power to you. i just find it weird how they are pushing this stuff to the masses.
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no i don't wear anything that a women wears, if your comfortable in that stuff more power to you. i just find it weird how they are pushing this stuff to the masses.

How is anyone pushing it to the masses tho?

People just wearing what they want to wear..

If sheep wanna follow, then sheep gonna follow..

Don't get your jimmies rustled over this
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these rappers are slowly coming out the closet, you woul dn't catch me dead wearing women belts & sneakers laugh.gifmean.gif

no i don't wear anything that a women wears, if your comfortable in that stuff more power to you. i just find it weird how they are pushing this stuff to the masses.

 

He clearly say he gives no f***s what y'all think because he still is going to be Juelz and you'll still be some nameless dude behind a NT forum in envy of him. Seriously you worrying about the next mans belt or shoes makes you sound more homo than the act itself.

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i see alot of people getting their panties in a bunch over this thread. calm down, wear what you want but you won't catch me dressing in women's wear.
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This isn't a big deal, but the stuff that ASAP and Kanye wear are straight up gay.
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I respect that. Wear what you want to wear. To each his own.
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I want no parts of Jeremy Scott's or women's belts but I care not bout the next man
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i see alot of people getting their panties in a bunch over this thread. calm down, wear what you want but you won't catch me dressing in women's wear.

Nah

You're just mad because nobody cares what the next man is wearing

You suck at creating threads

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This isn't a big deal, but the stuff that ASAP and Kanye wear are straight up gay.
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Nah

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You suck at creating threads

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u serious bruh? u sound hurt that i posted this. and i don't care about reps so whoever negged me can keep doing that for all i care. just a fact to throw out ther, about 80% of your favorite rappers are gay, i hope you people know that.
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Juelz is still one of the flyest rappers IMO

 

 

 

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Why do you care so much about the sexuality of rappers?
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Why do you care so much about the sexuality of rappers?


it's bad for the artform, hip hop has become soft.
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it's bad for the artform, hip hop has become soft.

It has though ****** care about fashion to much now even back in the early 2000s it wasn't about trying to be fashionable and High End ish.
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There have been gay rappers since Hip-Hop's inception.

And if the image doesn't effect the music, why does it even matter?
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There have been gay rappers since Hip-Hop's inception.

And if the image doesn't effect the music, why does it even matter?


i rather not know who's gay in hip hop, i just might not look at them the same anymore. wasn't Guru from Gangstarr gay? i remember they said that, which is kind of awkward.
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There have been gay rappers since Hip-Hop's inception.

And if the image doesn't effect the music, why does it even matter?

 point one of these gay rappers out.

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i rather not know who's gay in hip hop, i just might not look at them the same anymore.
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Guru gay......naaaawwwwwwww I couldn't believe it if it was true
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Guru ain't gay, there was a loose rumor about him and Solar being involved but I don't think anything came out of it.
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Lmao at everybody who gets all excited about someones sexuality.  Really there are plenty of gay rappers, always have been, always will be.  The way I see it at least half are gay at any given time in history. But to insinuate that rappers now have a tendency to be gay over past generations is absurd.  Only difference between now and the past is that more rappers are actually publicly becoming accepting of themselves.  Is it wrong for them to want to be themselves?  Wouldn't you want your favorite rappers or whoever to be happy?  Someone's sexual preference really isn't gonna affect their music laugh.gif.

 

Anyway, Jeremey Scotts are fly sometimes.  Others they are... sick.gif
 

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I'm a size 11.5. Wouldn't be able to wear women's sneakers even if I tried. I hope Juelz doesn't rock those belts women wear across their stomach.
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Nah

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u serious bruh? u sound hurt that i posted this. and i don't care about reps so whoever negged me can keep doing that for all i care. just a fact to throw out ther, about 80% of your favorite rappers are gay, i hope you people know that.


Son what?roll.gifroll.gifroll.gifI didnt know people actually believe this nonsense. 80%. You wont find that high of a gay to straight population in any other arena yet for some reason it exists in rap music. You couldnt even post solid proof of 3 rappers being gay if you tried.

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You couldnt even post solid proof of 3 rappers being gay if you tried.

Does that mean they're not out there though?

Saying 80% is stupid, but so is thinking there only 3.
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You couldnt even post solid proof of 3 rappers being gay if you tried.

Does that mean they're not out there though?

Saying 80% is stupid, but so is thinking there only 3.
Of course not. It wouldn't surprise me if about 20% of the rappers know are gah, that's just playing the averages, 80 is just nonsense. He said it was a fact though laugh.gif

It wouldn't matter to me if X rapper was gay either. Their personal lives have no bearing on whether or not I listen to their music. I would look at them no different and on the off chance that he's right (he's not) I would still listen to as much rap as I do now
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What is the purpose of this thread? Seriously

Juelz is still one of the flyest rappers IMO

I don't cosign the Jeremy Scott sneakers tho

THIS

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