Update: Someone 'rightly' scolded me for missing the opportunity to talk about OUT rappers. Here's a video that does -- Black Gay Journeys ...
The Boondocks never ceases to amaze. Out IN Jersey Editor, Toby Grace, writes a column called Casting Aspersions. That's what this episode does, and is what inspired this post directed at the talented tenth of Black Gay hip hop stars hiding in plain sight.
This episode below is a classic. And if art imitates life, then when will a real Gangstalicious step up? Ten percent of Black male celebs are arguably playing for our team. But which ones are they? And when will one muster the balls to shatter the myth that hip-hop stars can't be gay?
That episode not only made me laugh; it made me think ... who's the real Gangstalicious?
Not to cast aspersions, but I know you're out there, somewhere ...
... Trying not to be too too fabulous, but just enough ...
Are you reading this, afraid someone has found out your nasty little secret? Do you think your career will tank like Ellen and Rosie?
When you grab your balls, what are you really holding?
Isn't it time to really keep it real, or are you all asleep at the wheel? Would a true
Above pic by Jessica Miller.