Monday, July 20
Teyana Taylor: "I think Drake is gay!"
Allhiphop.com put Teyana Taylor (whom I still can't figure out what the f*ck she does other than show up at parties, take pictures and "befriend" every hot celebrity) on blast for calling hot new rapper Drake, "gay".
Despite the pictures she posted online a few weeks ago where she wrapped them huge a$$ lips across his face and licked him in the mouth, it seems that Teyana now claims that he's gay (as if anybody believes that she's straight).
Here’s what happened:
Teyana goes on blogtv.com and is broadcasting live from her webcam with some really loud and ignorant people in the background talking about some beef they have with Angela and Vanessa Simmons and how they want to whip want to whip their a$$es.
While all of this ghetto $hit is happening in the background, Teyana is on her webcam talking to about 1200 people while snigglin' at her friend talking $hit to Vanessa, who may, or may not have been on the other end of the phone. While this is happening, Teyana pulls out a Bible (you read that right) and begins searching for scriptures about how to get along!
20 minutes later Teyana gets off cam and 2 queens hit the camera while she gets gets on the phone with who is supposed to be Vanessa Simmons. (Vanessa seems like a really nice girl who was brought up well, I can't see why she would even entertain these ghetto strumpets for as long as she did, but it is what it is). Teyana is in the back arguing and the queens thought that they had turned off the mic but like dumbasses - it was still on!
Teyana started in on Drake: “First, I don’t even talk to light skinned n***as, second I think he’s gay!”
By this time, the whole chat room is typing to the two queens and trying to tell them that they could hear everything they were saying, but they thougt people were just saying that to get them to turn the mic back on - even though they never turned it off in the first place.
I'm amazed that people who have no career think that popping off at the people who DO will gain fans. How is "outing" (or not) someone who is reportedly the most sought after rapper in the game today going to help your career?