T-Pain is Angered by Homophobia in Hip-Hop, Discusses Frank Ocean and Macklemore

While Hip-Hop and Urban music might have recently seen the emergence of more LGBT-friendly content such as Macklemore's "Same Love" or Frank Ocean's open letter, T-Pain doesn't see the Urban environment becoming more gay-friendly.

"I think the Radio is getting gay-friendly, I don't think urban music, or anything, is. If that was the case, Frank Ocean would be on a lot more songs," he says, on a recent interview with VladTV. "I know [people] that will not do a song with Frank Ocean just because he's gay. And that's so terrible to me." 

T-Pain also discusses his gay assistant and how that has made people react to him differently, as well as his previous comments on Ray-J and Kim's sex tape. 

Check out the video above.

[via VladTV]

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