Lil Wayne Tried To ‘Sneak Into The Gay World,’ Says Rapper Daylyt
Battle rapper Daylyt has a few choice words for Lil Wayne and Macklemore regarding their support of the gay community.
Once news that Macklemore and Ray Lewis snagged the trophy for Best Rap Album started making the rounds online, it didn’t take very long for several rapper to share their opinions with the world. One person who took serious issue with the win was Watts, California native Daylyt.
In the battle rapper’s humble opinion, it was Macklemore and Ray Lewis’ support of the gay community that helped them take home the Grammy. During his recent interview with Vlad TV, Daylyt also took issue with Lil Wayne and his alliance with the gay community.
The rapper explained:
“Gay s*** is taking over the world. All [Macklemore] rap about is gay s***. He’s with the gays, and we know this. Macklemore does stuff for gay people, and when they put them votes in, a billion of them rainbow motherf*****s was tallying up. A n**** rapping about it’s okay to be gay won the best Hip Hop album. It’s ugly.”
Daylyt also took a moment to address Lil Wayne and his support of gay people. The rapper said that he attempted to “stay hood” while trying to sneak his way into the gay world.
“[Lil Wayne] was trying to stay hood, but trying to grasp that gay fan-base. The motherf*****s are in the billions bro. Gay people are in the billions,” Daylyt added.
This isn’t the first time the rapper has taken issue with Lil Wayne. During his chat with Vlad TV last year, he referred to the Young Money Entertainment CEO as a “gay blood.”
Check out Daylyt discussing Lil Wayne in the video embedded below.
Since Macklemore and Ray Lewis discussed homosexuality in their tune “Same Love,” many people assumed that the guys were gay. In fact, one of the first topics you’ll get when you search for Macklemore on Google is about his sexuality.
“It was an issue that I wanted to tackle but as a straight man, I’m like what is my vantage point on this issue? I tried to write it from the perspective of a gay, bullied kid. Brought it back to the studio, Ryan heard it and was like, ‘That’s not your story to tell. You have a story here, talk about your experience’ and I started there,” Macklemore explained during his visit to Chelsea Lately last year.
What do you think about Daylyt’s recent comments about Lil Wayne and Macklemore?