Boosie Badazz has decided to criticize Dwyane Wade's decision to support his 12-year-old daughter Zaya, who recently came out as transgender.
"I gotta say something about this sh*t, bro. Dwyane Wade, you gone too f**king far, dawg," the 37-year-old rapper began his explicit rant. "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 sh*t figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love with her. But his d*ck be gone—how he gon'—like, bruh, you going too far, dawg."
Boosie continued to spew his uninformed, and simply uncalled for comments, saying, "Don’t cut his d*ck off, bruh. Like, bruh, for real, if he gon' be gay, let him be gay." He added, "But don’t cut his d*ck off, bruh. Don’t address him as a woman, dawg. He’s 12 years old. He’s not up there yet. He hasn’t made his final decisions yet. Don’t cut his f**king d*ck off, Dwyane Wade, bruh. You f**king trippin', dawg."
It should be noted that Dwyane has at no point indicated that Zaya is receiving gender reassignment surgery.
As previously reported, the retired NBA legend opened up about Zaya's gender identity last week. While promoting his forthcoming ESPN documentary, D Wade: Life Unexpected, on Ellen Dwyane recalled the day his daughter came out as transgender.
“First of all, me and my wife Gabrielle Union, we are proud parents of a child in the LGBTQ+ community and we are proud allies as well. We take our roles and responsibilities as parents very seriously. So when our child comes home with a question, our child comes home with an issue, our child comes home with anything, it’s our job as parents to listen to that, to give them the best information we can, to give the best feedback we can," Dwyane told Ellen. "And that doesn’t change because sexuality is now involved in it."
“Once Zaya, our 12-year-old, came home… first, Zion. I don’t know if everyone knows, originally named Zion. Zion, born as a boy, came home and said, ‘Hey, so I want to talk to you guys. I think going forward, I’m ready to live my truth. And I want to be referenced as she and her. I’d love for you guys to call me Zaya,’” the proud dad continued. “So, that was our job to go out and get information, to reach out to every relationship we have. My wife reached out to everybody on the cast of Pose. We just tried to figure out as much information as we [could] to make sure we give our child the best opportunity to be her best self."
Dwyane added, “Once Zion came home and said ‘call me Zaya‘ and was ready to take on this, I looked at her and said, ‘You are a leader. It’s our opportunity to allow you to be a voice.’ Right now it’s through us, because she’s 12 years old, but eventually it will be through her.”
Following the interview, Gabrielle shared an Instagram video introducing her step-daughter Zaya to the world. "Meet Zaya," she wrote. "She's compassionate, loving, whip smart and we are so proud of her. It’s Ok to listen to, love & respect your children exactly as they are. Love and light good people."
In the video, Zaya gave advice on being true to one's self and explained the importance of living one's truth even amidst hatred.
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