Mack Maine Denies Rumors That Lil Wayne Signed Openly Gay Rapper To YMCMB

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With rumors surfacing that Lil Wayne has added an openly gay member to the Cash Money family, Mack Maine unveils that the hearsay is completely untrue. Word has been going around the internet that Weezy inked a deal with a rapper named Fly Young Red, who in the last few much had gained much notoriety on the queer rap scene.

Since debuting his music video for the song “Throw That Boy P***y,” the young artist has garnered over 600,000 views on YouTube.

Yes, I do consider myself as a queer artist,” Young Fly Red said in an interview with the Huffington Post. “My identity impacts my music a lot. When I was 16 I started to gain notoriety for my rap and I started rapping with a rap group and they wanted to sign me. At this point in my life I also started to realize I was gay. So, I’m rapping about females and hanging out with my straight group with a reputation that they worked had for. I didn’t feel comfortable. I was living a lie.”

When asked if there was any truth to whispers that YMCMB added Fly to their roster, Mack Maine responded, “No not at all.” – Chris M. Garner

Watch Young Fly Red’s “Throw That Boy P***y” video below: