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Is It Disrespectful Or A Compliment To Rap About Someone Else’s Wife? Kevin Gates Speaks On His Explicit Beyonce Lyrics: “I Meant It Will All Due Respect”

Kevin Gates is speaking out again on his explicit Beyoncé lyrics from his freestyle and he’s standing by how he feels about the singer, even despite the backlash.

As we previously reported, in his new single Super General, the rapper made a pass at Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, and Rubi Rose in the song, while also seemingly taking jabs at his wife of seven years, Dreka. While most of his lyrics came as a shock to fans, people can’t get over what he had to say about Queen Bey! He rapped, “Ain’t no disrespect to Jigga, met through Nipsey, that’s my (N-word)/Don’t know if they in the swingin’, Beyoncé need to let me hit her/Make her piss all on this d**k, respectfully, her body shiver.”

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One fan said at the time, “Just heard a snippet of that Kevin Gates freestyle and that bar about Beyoncé is wild disrespectful. That’s somebody’s wife, bro.” Another added: “I wish Kevin Gates would leave Beyoncé alone.” A third continued: “Kevin Gates said he’d drink Beyoncé’s pee, and I am just disgusted like… what?”

Now, Kevin Gates recently appeared on the
Breakfast Club and was asked by the hosts if he thinks it’s disrespectful or a compliment to talk about someone else’s wife. “That’s one of the most beautiful women in the world. I can’t be a fan?” Kevin explains. “I’m sitting in a trap house around the monsters just looking at the Tv just like ‘Man I swear to God…’ When I said that, everybody feel like that. They just scared to say it. I ain’t scared to say it. I said ‘respectfully,’” Gates adds after Charlamagne and Envy mention the disrespect to Bey’s husband, JAY-Z. “I meant it with all due respect.” Here’s what else he had to say:

Kevin Gates previously spoke about the raunchy lyrics a week after his Super General’s release. While appearing on Bootleg Kev Podcast, he said,“To be honest, and this is with all due respect, that’s one of the most beautiful women in the world.”

Further into his conversation on the Breakfast Club, Gate: switched gears a little and explain where most of his support comes from. He told the hosts that the people who’ve truly helped him the most recently are Jews and transgender people:

“To be honest, since you speaking about that, and I mean this with all due respect, the people that hurt me the most is my own people,” Gates explains. “Like they hurt me the most and they’re my own people. People that look like me. It’s a lot of Muslims that love me, but it’s also a lot of Muslims that judge me like ‘You can’t have tattoos, that’s haram — ‘Haram’ means ‘forbidden’ — ‘You can’t do this and this.’ Man you know who helped me like really get back on my feet since my last tour? It been Jews and transgenders. The people that the world will say is the worst people. Them the people that helped me.”

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