Boosie Badazz took to Instagram to share his thoughts on how homosexuality is portrayed on television.

The Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper was released from prison last year after serving a four-year sentence. He says that he notices a notable change in the content on television programs since his incarceration and predicts the changes will continue.

“Since I’ve came home ever time I turn on the Tv some gay sh*t on,” Boosie Badazz writes under a caption of a gay couple on VH1. “I try to watch love n hip hop (gay sh*t)tried to watch empire (gay s*t) walked n on a cartoon doing gay sh*t a f***** cartoon kids watch tv I guess next they go have a f****** gay channel for kids saying if U want to be gay watch this tune n smh f*****up world n my eyes ( but everybody don’t agree smh).”

Logo TV, whose programming is aimed at the LGBT community, launched in 2005.

Boosie Badazz’s post has since been deleted, but was captured by VladTV.

Boosie Badazz

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