Boosie Stands Firm On His Beliefs About D.Wade’s Daughter Zaya

by Rafeal Crawford
Boosie Stands Firm On His Beliefs About D.Wade's Daughter Zaya
Boosie Stands Firm On His Beliefs About D.Wade's Daughter Zaya

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Boosie still standing by his beliefs

Rapper Boosie Badazz made some remarks about future basketball Hall of Famer Dwayne Wade’s daughter Zaya earlier this month, which caused outraged amongst some communities.

A few weeks ago Dwayne Wade stated that his then son Zion identifies as a girl and decided to change her name to Zaya. So the Boosie took to instagram to give his opinion on the subject and this was his feelings on it “Don’t cut his d–k off, bruh. Like, bruh, for real, if he gonna be gay, let him be gay. But don’t cut his d–k off, bruh. Don’t dress him as a woman, dawg. He’s 12 years old. He’s not up there yet. He hasn’t made his final decisions yet. Don’t cut his f—ing d–k off, Dwyane Wade.”

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The Baton Rouge native gave an interview with Baller Alert to explain further more about it on the Sesh with Shirley show and he said “That’s just how I felt. People gotta understand that’s how I feel … Even my momma got on my ass yesterday. My momma called me early in the morning and got on my ass, talking about, ‘Stay off social media! That’s they family! You stay out people’s business …’ But I was just speaking how I felt. Everybody got their own opinions in life. Everyone feels a certain type of way about certain things … When the kids involved, it’s tender to my heart.”

Further in the interview he says it is one of the consequences of being in the public eye people are going to have opinions “Once you’re a celebrity, you gotta be ready for what comes with being a celebrity … You gotta be ready for the hundred eyes and all that stuff.”

The rapper was asked was he out of line on commenting about how someone else raise their children he stated “Not really. But when I feel you’re wrong, you’re wrong. People have told me how to parent my children when I was wrong.”

Listen to the full interview below

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