Rapper Boosie Badazz hit out at former NBA star Dwyane Wade in a scathing tweet about Wade's transgender daughter.
Wade recently appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" where he revealed that his 12-year-old daughter Zaya — a biological male — "came out" as a transgender girl. He also told ABC's "Good Morning America" that he and his daughter always knew that she wasn't male.
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Badazz — real name Torrence Hatch Jr. — blasted Wade and his parenting in a viral and profane Instagram video.
He captioned the video, "IM GO SAY IT SINCE THIS P**** A** WORLD AINT GO SAY S***!! U TRIPPIN N****."
"I gotta say something about this s***, bro," he began. "Dwyane Wade, you done too f***ing far, dawg. That is a male. A 12-year-old. At 12, they don't even know what they next meal gon' be. They don't have s*** figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love with her. But his d*** be gone — how he gon' — like, bruh, you going too far, dawg."
He continued, issuing a passionate plea to reconsider Wade's physical support of his daughter.
"Don't cut his d*** off, bruh. Like, bruh, for real, if he gon' be gay, let him be gay," the rapper continued. "But don't cut his d*** off, bruh. Don't — and dress him as a woman, dawg. He's 12 years old. He's not up there year. He hasn't made his final decisions yet. Don't cut his f***ing d*** off, Dwyane Wade, bruh. You f***ing trippin', dawg."
Hatch wasn't the only one to speak out against Wade's decision — rapper Young Thug also blasted the basketball star over the announcement.
According to NBC News, the rapper — real name Jeffery Williams — wrote in a since-deleted tweet, "All I wanna say to dwade son is: 'GOD DON'T MAKE MISTAKES.' But hey live your true self."
The outlet reported that he issued a less obvious tweet after deleting the first. He wrote, "You're Gods best creation."
You’re gods best Creation— Young Thug ひ (@Young Thug ひ)1582073664.0
During Tuesday's "Good Morning America" interview, Wade added, "Zaya started doing more research. She was the one that sat down with us as a family and said, 'Hey, I don't think I'm gay.' And she went down the list and said, you know, this is how I identify myself, this is my gender identity."
"'I identify myself as a young lady,'" Wade continued. "'I think I'm a straight trans, because I still like boys.' So it was a process for us to sit down with our daughter and find out who she is and what she likes and not put something on her because as parents, we put our hopes and we put our fears on our kids. And with Zaya, we decided to listen to her and she's leading us along this journey."