Recently, video of two people having sex in one of Houston's Hurricane Harvey shelters began circulating the internet, and as is usually the case, social media began debating the morality of the action. In a new interview with TMZ, B.o.B gives his thoughts on the matter.

In his opinion, it's all good—just as long as there aren't any kids around. "I mean, sometimes you gotta bump fruit, man," B.o.B says playfully in the video. "I mean, though, it depends on who's long as it ain't no young ones around, you'll be straight."

When the reporter tells Bobby Ray about social media's response, the Atlanta rapper explains that it's not really their place to judge. "You can't criticize sex. That's how everybody got here, man. I feel like, everybody got they God-given rights, and no man can give you a right," B.o.B asserts.

In other B.o.B news, the rapper recently unveiled the lineup for his third annual BoBWOOD FEST. This year's iteration of the festival will include appearances from the likes of Trae Tha Truth, Raury, Malachiae Warren, RaRa, Young Dro, Runway Richie, Tokyo Jetz, Trap Beckham, Translee, London Jae, JaqueBeatz, Honey Hips, Duka, Yani Mo, Highness, Ink, Domani Harris, Havi, Yung Booke, J. Alston, Edi and a headlining set by B.o.B himself. Sounds dope.

Tickets to this year's BoBWOOD FEST, which will pop off on Sept. 23, are on sale now. Watch the B.o.B's brief conversation about sex in shelters below.

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