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Boosie Slams Gabrielle Union For Her Year-Old Comments On Him

by Atlanta Business Journal

Boosie hit Gabrielle Union with that “yo mama” energy on Sunday night! But instead of name-dropping her mother, Boosie dragged Dwyane Wade (and his sexuality) into it.

“LOL! The whole world know I love women n the world know your husband love di*k! I hope u don’t think Blacks looks at y’all like a power couple, they don’t,” I had refused to talk about y’all in interviews n hear u go! Go bang him with that dildo n wait on a script u lil white girl,” Boosie tweeted on December 4.

For context, Boosie’s jabs at Gabrielle and Dwyane came after an old interview featuring Gabrielle resurfaced. In the clip, she seemingly implied that Boosie might be the person having a sexuality crisis–given his constant lashes at the LGBTQ+ community.

Last November, Jemele Hill interviewed the actress, and the conversation led to Boosie’s past critiques of Zaya Wade. And forget shade–sis threw the whole tree after explaining the unfolding of her stepdaughter’s transition from male to female. She discussed the sanctuary they provided for Zaya and their decision to support her outside of it. Gabrielle ended the commentary with a sarcastic jab: “sorry, Boosie.” 

“He’s so preoccupied. It’s almost like, thou doth protest too much Little Boos. You got a lot of d*ck on your mind,” Gabrielle said.

Jemele responded that it seems like Zaya and Lil Nas X live in Boosie’s head. Gabrielle added, “rent-free, rent-free.”  As previously reported, Boosie has also made controversial and derogatory comments toward the Old Town Road artist.

Back in October 2021–just a month before Gabrielle’s shade–Boosie came under social media fire for telling Lil Nas he’d “do this world a huge favor” if he committed suicide.

Boosie’s Previous Comments Attacking Dwyane & Zaya

Boosie’s insults of the Wade family and how they’ve supported Zaya’s transition took over the internet in 2020. In February of that year, he posted a video on social media critiquing gender reassignment surgery at a young age–despite no surgery being on the books then or now.

“I gotta say something about this shit bro. Dwyane Wade, you gone too f**king far, dawg. That is a male. A 12-year-old. At 12, they don’t even know what they next meal gon’ be. They don’t have shit figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love–how he gon’–like bro, you going too far,” Boosie ranted.

That same month, he spoke with Baller Alert about his comments aimed at Dwyane about Zaya. While some praised the rapper for his “honesty,” others slammed him, including his own mother.

“That’s just how I felt,” Boosie said. “People have to understand that’s how I feel and even my momma called me early in the morning to get in my ass, talking ’bout that’s their family and you need to stay out of people’s business.”

Over a month after his initial rant, he explained during an Instagram Live session that he has no issues against the LGBTQ+ community. His concern, apparently, was children being allowed the autonomy to make major decisions at young ages.

“I ain’t got nothing against no gay people. Got gay people who work for me. I got gay people in my family…I ain’t got nothing against gay people…I don’t hate people,” Boosie said.

Later that same year, Boosie told Mike Tyson that he emptied the clip on Wade because he “got offended because that’s a child.”

Social Media Reacts To Boosie Clapping Back At Gabrielle Union

It’s unclear if Boosie was aware that the interview was from last year. But he spun the block and came for Gabrielle in another tweet several hours after the first one about Wade’s preferences.

“Woman, u better leave me alone! How dare u challenge a ghetto hero’s manhood,” Boosie added. “U wrong smh I don’t have the time for this, I’m tryin to have peace n my life n stay alive!”

He hasn’t added anything else to his clapbacks to Gabrielle, nor has she responded. But the conversation was trending late into Sunday and Monday on social media. Keep scrolling to see how people are standing on both sides.


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