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Joseline Hernandez Claims Homosexuality Is Being Forced On Babies: “Thats Why Bonnie Don’t Have A TV”

Boosie Badazz is back in the news again for giving his unwavering disapproval of homosexuality and has found a supporter in reality star and known bisexual, Joseline Hernandez.

Earlier today, Boosie Badazz joined Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy on The Breakfast Club to discuss homosexuality, once again.

When Angela Yee asked the rapper if he went too far, threatening to beat Lil Nas X if he appeared naked at the MTV Video Music Awards, Boosie doubled down on his stance, claiming being a proud straight man is now considered vulgar.

“I be feeling like sometimes I gotta speak up because as far as straight people in the world you don’t have an opinion anymore on sexuality. Everything is harm. If you say anything, I’m straight; I like women. It’s vulgar,” the rapper stated.

Boosie Badazz then gave his opinion on DaBaby’s backlash, suggesting our children are under attack and people are making an example out of DaBaby because he’s the biggest.

Although Boosie Badazz views are no longer shocking, what became shocking is Joseline Hernandez, a reality star who has admitted to being bisexual in the past, agreeing with the rapper and his stance on homosexuality. Joseline also revealed her 4-year-old daughter, Bonnie Bella doesn’t have a TV in her room because kids are being brainwashed.

“Boosie is right. And that’s why Bonnie don’t have a TV. Smh. Push whatever you want but mines won’t be brainwashed,” Joseline wrote under the view captured by Hollywood Unlock.

Joseline received immediate backlash from fans calling the reality star everything from a local league prostitute to a striper at the bottom of the food chain. Many fans also reminded the reality star she’s bi-sexual, and her daughter doesn’t need a TV because she has her for a mom.

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