Lil Scrappy Goes Off on Transgender Community & Caitlyn Jenner: 'Stick to What You Were Made to Be'

Lil Scrappy attends Birthday Bash 20 at Philips Arena on June 20, 2015 in Atlanta.
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Lil Scrappy photographed on June 20, 2015 in Atlanta. 

Love and Hip Hop star Lil Scrappy spoke his mind on Truth TV about Caitlyn Jenner and the transgender community -- and he held nothing back.

In the video, the rapper states that Jenner's transition was a "racist situation" because if a black man were to have transitioned into a woman, she would not have gotten the same kind of acceptance Jenner received.

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"No black man can stand up and say, 'You know, my whole life I felt like a woman, but I was just holding it down for my kids and my bitch,'" Lil Scrappy said in the interview. "We say that shit, n---a, we’d get assassinated -- by us. We don't play that shit. Black folk don’t play that shit.” (We'll just go ahead and assume he's never heard of mega-famous Orange Is the New Black actress Laverne Cox.)

The "Money in the Bank" rapper then referenced Bruce Jenner's photo on the Wheaties box back in the '70s and how young kids would look up to him. According to Lil Scrappy, women are becoming more powerful in the world, so much so that men now want to become women -- but not him.

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"I love my dick... I do not want to be a woman," Lil Scrappy said. "For the world of young kids, for the world of young little boys, stick to what you were made to be. If you got a penis, be a penis."

Lil Scrappy emphasized his black pride and manhood, but said he has no problem with gay or bisexual people -- unless they hide it and wear dresses.

See the full interview below.


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