Detroit rapper Trick Trick has never shied away from confronting fellow MCs on wax or in the streets to handle unresolved issues.
However, the controversial rapper now has his sights aimed at an unlikely target; the entire gay community.
In an exclusive statement to AllHipHop.com, Trick Trick expressed his disgust of the homosexual lifestyle, and explained that he doesnt want any gay individuals to purchase his newly released sophomore album, The Villain.
Ima go on the record right now with this. Homosexuals are probably not gonna like this album, Trick revealed to AllHipHop.com. I dont want your f**got money any goddamn way. I dont like it [homosexuality]. Carry that s**t somewhere else.
Trick Trick is a close friend and collaborator with Detroit superstar Eminem, an MC who dealt with massive backlash through most of his career due to lyrics perceived as homophobic.
It was not until Eminems 2001 Grammy performance with openly gay music legend Elton John that the attacks subsided.
Not afraid of an impending firestorm that could threaten his albums success, Trick Trick explained that his anger comes from what he feels is mainstream societys growing promotion of homosexuality as an acceptable lifestyle.
Its just that every time that you turn on the TV, that sissy s**t is on, Trick told AllHipHop.com. And they act like its f**king okay. The world is changing for the worst when s**t like that happens. And I address that issue. I address it hard as hell.
On the self-titled album track called “Trick Trick,” the Detroit rapper hurls vitriolic bars against gay activists Ellen DeGeneres and Rosie ODonnell, referring to them as dyke b**ches and promising to send a scud missile right through their f**king cruise ship.
Regarding same-sex adoption, Trick Trick adamantly spits that He goes both ways/Either way hes gay/Aint no other way to say/Hes a f**king faggot so Im lettin off my AK/Bust em in his forehead/He aint worth lettin live/A man and man shouldnt raise another mans kids!
Trick Tricks The Villain is in stores now and features appearances from Eminem, Ice Cube, Kid Rock, Proof, Esham, Guilty Simpson, and Royce Da 59.