As I noted in a post here a couple of weeks ago, hip-hop has never been quite as teh ghey as it is in The latest such incident involves Jay-Z, who's supposedly teh ghey and lives with this guy named Larry Johnson. In case you're like me, and thought Larry Johnson was that one basketball player who played Grandma-ma in those Nike commercials back in the early '90s, no; apparently this is another Larry Johnson, who plays football for the Kansas City Chiefs and also happens to be a male model. And you know how Mexican dudes are about teh ghey people.
Is Jay-Z on the DL?
Ray J Denies Gay Rumors On TT Torrez's Girl Talk | iPower / FM
Unexpected, however, is the new story line of two black men — both aspiring rappers — in a love relationship. Depictions of same-sex couples and gay culture are becoming more and more common to television, yet documenting a relationship between two men in the historically homophobic world of hip hop may be a first. On Monday, an anticipated episode in which Brock comes out to his ex-girlfriend will be followed by a special roundtable discussion regarding homophobia in hip hop. But somehow we tiptoe around the subject and we never want to give it the same prominence and visibility as we do heterosexual relationships.
Raz B Calls Members of B2K, Chris Brown, Bow Wow and Ray J Gay
Attention whore Raz B strikes again with a new video on WSHH, in which he secretly records his friend Ray J begging him to clarify a statement he made. In reality, Ray J was agitated about a bad business deal that had nothing to do with Stokes or Houston. In the edited, minute recording, Raz B promises Ray J to "clear that up real quick for you," by releasing a brief statement.
Something about how Ray J was performing candlelight living room cabaret for Floyd Mayweather and friends in the Money Mayweather Mansion. The 3am dispatches described an epic brawl: Ray J punching Fab. Fab snatching up Ray J and pummeling him.