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This week, rapper Boosie was up in arms when he took his daughter to see the film The Color Purple and realized there was a romantic relationship between the characters Miss Celie and Shug Avery. While the Louisiana rapper expressed his views on Twitter, he doubled down and called the LGBQT community bullies. Transgender influencer TS Madison responded on social media, calling out Boosie’s selective outrage.

TS Madison wrote:

So #lilboosie you sat there with your daughter while Celie “Daddy” took her 2nd child that he fathered and gave it to the pastor and his wife

You sat there with your daughter while Mister Came and bought her from her daddy at 14

You sat there with your daughter while MISTER enslaved CELIE to cook and clean his nasty house with HIS children

You sat there with your daughter and watched MISTER beat, sexually destroy and Drag Celie all over the floor

You sat there with your daughter and watched MISTER bring his side chick into the house with CELIE

But you got up to leave when you saw CELIE finally find love and compassion and some sort of temporary relief from MISTERS prison???

Then you try and come to social media and bring the “what about the kids mane” campaign you been on and attempt to use God to justify you and the people who stand with you ???? Tuh… and they call us DELUSIONAL

Sir: the character you play in real life is MISTER, The Daddy, The pastor and all the other men who abused CELIE in that movie!! And have the nerve to finally be “concerned” about what a kiss would do to “influence” your daughter……..

There is Truly some intervention needed in your life to sort out these homosexual demons you’re fighting…… #shifttheconcern this year #2024
#thecolorpurple

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