Outspoken hip-hop artist and frequent Twitter user, Vince Staples proved once again why he’s among both our favorite rappers and tweeters when he took to the platform yesterday evening to express his opinions on North Carolina’s transgender bathroom laws. The transgender bathroom law, which prohibits transgender individuals from using the bathroom that fits their self-identified gender, has spurred a large amount of controversy ever since its inception earlier this year. Many politicians, actors, writers, and everyday citizens have spoken out about the legislation and the Justice Department even ruled that the law violated Title IX, which prevents education discrimination based on sex. Additionally, plenty of musicians have cancelled shows in the state to protest the law and the NBA recently decided to move the annual All-Star game from North Carolina to New Orleans. This past Saturday, Vince Staples joined the protest by letting the public know his own personal take on the situation when he tweeted this:
Of course, some dimwitted folks had to interject with their own positions, like this guy.
Which lead to Staples promptly roasting him and all other homophobes while tweeting some genuine wisdom. Good on you, Vince.
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