Rappers from the 90s and the 2000s were mostly alpha men, barely participating in anything feminine, unlike rappers in the present, who define themselves as queers, bis-xual, and sometimes even trans.
However, that belief is about to change as a Twitter user alleges that 50-year-old rapper Sean Paul and Pusha T, 46, are both bis-xuals who secretly belong to the LGBTQ+ community. Pusha T has been married to his wife, Virginia Willians, since 2018, and together they have one son.
Sean Paul, on the other hand, has been married to his wife, Jodi Stewart, since 2012, and together they have two kids, so these allegations are indeed damning, even without evidence.
Via Media Take out;
There’s a massive Twitter rumor spreading concerning two of the biggest rappers of the 2000s – Big Sean and Pusha T.
According to thousands of tweets and retweets, seen by Media Take Out, the two rappers are reportedly part of the LGBTQ+ council … in particular, that the rappers are b*s*xual.
It’s not clear how this rumor started, or why so many people are reposting it …. but it’s the number one trending topic on Elon Musk’s platform.
Pusha T, real name Terrence LeVarr Thornton, is a rapper, songwriter, and record executive. He rose to prominence as one-half of the Virginia-based hip hop duo Clipse, which was mainly active from 1994 to 2010, alongside his older brother No Malice. As Clipse, the two released three studio albums upon signing to Pharrell’s Star Trak Entertainment; the albums spawned hit singles including “Grindin’” and “When the Last Time” (both 2002).
Big Sean is an American rapper. Anderson began his music career in 2007 and gained popularity in 2010 with his third mixtape Finally Famous Vol. 3: Big. He then signed a recording contract with GOOD Music and Def Jam Recordings and released his debut studio album, Finally Famous in 2011, which included the US top 10 single “Dance (Ass)” (featuring Nicki Minaj). Anderson followed it with his second album, Hall of Fame (2013), while his third album, Dark Sky Paradise (2015), debuted atop the US Billboard 200. It also included the hit singles “I Don’t Fuck with You” (featuring E-40) and “Blessings” (featuring Drake and Kanye West). His fourth album, I Decided (2017), contained “Bounce Back”, his highest-charting US single, while his fifth album Detroit 2 (2020) was his third consecutive platinum album.
While social media has been a hub for many false news stories, it has also helped discover many hidden truths, and although you may be tempted to believe these two do not have any secret lives going on due to their marriage status, be open to surprises.