(AllHipHop News) Hip Hop legend Scarface recently sat down with AllHipHop.com's Chuck Creekmur for an exclusive interview. During the Q&A, the subject of homosexuality in Hip Hop was brought up, and the Houston rap icon did not hold back his thoughts on the subject.
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Face expressed he has become more progressive when it comes to homosexuality. According to the Geto Boys founding member, what two consenting adults do in the privacy of their home is their business.
"It ain't my business what a motherf**ker do behind closed doors. I don't give a f**k," says Scarface. "I don't give a f**k who you f**k. Me personally, I love p***y - love it. But homeboy might like that boy p***y. That's on him."
Scarface then shares a story about how as a child he was confused by one of his mother's male friends who was gay, but as he got older he started to believe that being gay is not a choice. However, he does take issue with the idea that some kids who are not naturally gay are being influenced into thinking that they are.
"I feel like what they're doing right now is forcing that s**t into these little kids, and these little kids be thinking they gay, and they're really not gay," Scarface contends. "They just want to be that because that's like a style now. Put on some tight ass pants or put on a f**king dress and some high heels or wear a woman tank top or some s**t."
He continues, "That's not a style, and I wish they would take that out of the mainstream like it's a style to be that. It's not really a style. It's like a genetic makeup that makes people like that, in my opinion. I don't know for a fact, but I'm figuring you don't just wake up and just say, 'I'm gonna be this'... I'm trying to remain as open-minded as I can about it. Whatever you prefer is you business, but just don't force that s**t on the kids."
Watch Scarface's exclusive interview with AllHipHop.com below.