T-Pain Speaks Hilarious Truths About Frank Ocean & Homophobic Rappers

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Feb 10 2014 | 12 Comments  


When you need someone in Hip Hop to obsess over homosexuality, you can always count on DJ Vlad. We had to stop posting videos of his constant questions about gay people to random rappers because they were just too plentiful at one point.

This recent interview with Hip Hop singer T-Pain about homosexuality was too good to resist though. Its short but full of hilarious truths that we have been saying for years now.

In addition to talking about straight black men who “don’t got no bitches” thinking that every gay man wants them, T-Pain also speaks on the Hip Hop community’s distancing from Frank Ocean since his dramatic coming out Tumblr letter back in 2012.

As hard as I was on the young man’s ambiguous admission that he was gay bisexual once kinda in love with a male friend, I never considered that people in the music world would actually stop working with him considering his talent, Grammy Awards and popularity. It wasn’t until I say this interview that I realized that Kanye West and Jay- Z have really been the only musicians outside of Frank Ocean’s camp to feature him on the chorus of a new rap song since his “coming out”.

As T-Pain puts it: “I don’t think urban music is getting more gay-friendly because if that was the case, Frank Ocean would be on a lot more songs. I know niggas that will not do a song with Frank Ocean just because he gay, but they need him on the fucking song and that’s so terrible to me, man.”

Check out the interview in full below:


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  1. Ace of hearts | February 10th, 2014

    Yo I’m CRYING!!!!!! “These Gay niggas is bold if they want you they’ll get after you”…. “You ain’t even got bitches. Why gay niggas want you….Get bitches first!!!!” …..Also Frank is on Magna Carta

  2. lilreddude
    LilRedDude | February 11th, 2014

    T-Pain is a fool. He was saying some real stuff. I can’t really co-sign the whole “I don’t know what gay people eat,” comment though. Nutella??? Really????

    • caliken
      caliken10 | February 11th, 2014

      Nutella IS kinda tasty! lol

  3. Brian | February 11th, 2014

    Why so many straight men fear gay men among them? They have ALWAYS been everywhere anyway! Watch how many tuff pro sports athletes come out now– if you are anti-gay- you got issues- better look inside yourself!

  4. caliken
    caliken10 | February 11th, 2014

    That was a great interview!

  5. Steven Austin | February 11th, 2014

    I very much enjoyed that. I Shared it. …and he was on point the whole time, which was very surprising to me… lol “unless you in prison…” LMAO!

  6. Exhibit REY | February 11th, 2014

    I feel what T-Pain is saying but I don’t know if I can agree with him when he spoke about Frank Ocean. If you look at Frank’s career prior to his “coming out”, you’ll notice that he was never the type to be on a lot of records with other artists. He was more-so a songwriter as opposed to a featured artist and I think he’s selective of who he does collaborations with of any kind but I see the point he was trying to make. Jay-Z, Kanye West, J.Cole, Pharrell, Beyonce, and Brandy have all worked with Frank Ocean since his coming out

    This interview as entertaining nonetheless; if Nick or Ocky were to ever do an interview with someone, it’s probably sound something like this LOL!

  7. Sb3000 | February 11th, 2014

    Yo I’m just glad he pointed out that don’t nobody want these mofos! That shit kills me.

  8. Infotools | February 12th, 2014

    I like his statements. The line comes to mind. “doth protest too much”.

  9. scottywashere | February 14th, 2014

    IDK I really wanted to like Frank Ocean and Channel Orange, but I just didn’t. When I listened to it, I just kept feeling like I had been duped by media hype. I guess he’s okay, but I don’t really see how anyone “needs” him on a track. Game’s VLAD interview remains my all-time favorite. lol

    • Ocky Williams | February 14th, 2014

      I agree. I didn’t like the album at all. For me it was “Hype”.

  10. Nightshade | December 7th, 2014

    I don’t believe Frank Ocean is gay he didn’t come out he just admitted that he fell in love with a man that doesn’t necessarily mean that he identifies as a homosexual. I mean all his songs before and after that letter have been about women. And yes I think it was a marketing ploy of some sort to garner more album sells

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