Wu-Tang Clan's U-God says that he is open to collaborating with gay emcees and Ghostface Killah says he "can't knock gay Rap."
Wu-Tang Clan's U-God and Ghostface Killa recently spoke about their feelings regarding rappers who are gay.
"Personally, I don’t give a fuck if you’re gay," U-God said in an interview with Vice. "That’s your business. That’s your sexual preference. But don’t come over here and make me gay. You ain't gonna force something on me. See? But if you cool, you talented, and you gay? We can rock, nigga. We can drink. We can smoke. We can laugh. But don’t try and bring that shit over here. I like titties. I like titties. I like titties. I like two pair, I like four pair of titties at one time."
In the same interview, Ghostface Killah spoke about his views regarding rappers who are gay.
"I can’t knock gay Rap, or retarded Rap...whatever," Ghostface Killah said. "Do what you do. I don’t really listen to it. I don’t really pay that no attention. Like I said, it’s not my cup of tea...to each his own. At the end of the day, we all people."
Ghostface Killah and other members of the Wu-Tang Clan have used derogatory terms about people who are gay in their lyrics.
"Faggot ass niggas stay bumpin' they gums," Ghostface said on 2007's "Black Cream," a track off of his Hidden Darts project.
Wu-Tang Clan is currently on tour with Rock the Bells. However, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon did not participate in the group's performance on Sunday (September 8) in San Bernardino, California and no official statement was made regarding their whereabouts during the concert, or whether or not they will appear on any forthcoming Rock the Bells dates.