Rapper-singer iLoveMakonnen has finally addressed Migos’ remarks about him coming out of the closet a few months back.

If you remember, Migos questioned the “Tuesday” singer’s credibility in rap as if being a trap rapper and being gay are mutually exclusive. “We ain’t saying it’s nothing wrong with the gays,” insists Quavo. “[Makonnen] first came out talking about trapping and selling Molly, doing all that...that’s wack, bro.”

In an interview with The FADER, the 27-year-old artist addressed Migos’ criticisms of him.

"[They said] some comments like, 'World's f---ed up.' My world, that I was living in, was f---ed up for me. That's all I can say to clear those comments up like that," he said. "My world. The world itself is a beautiful place. It's a natural habitat where people can live at."

"I've seen a few [people online] trying to defend me against the Migos and all that s---," he continued. "Guys, if you all know me, I’m always about 'let's keep some peace.' It don't even matter. Migos say whatever they said. It's a misunderstanding. But there's no war over here. It can get messy in Atlanta, though, 'cause it's probably more gays than it is goddamn straights! They will rise!"

iLoveMakonnen also doesn't believe that Migos are homophobic. "Hell nah, they ain't got no problem with gay people! They f---in' song is 'Versace'! Like, the f---! N----, [Gianni] Versace is the gayest n----. They ain't got issues with him, why they got issues with me?"

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