Orlando Brown Fuels Gay Meek Mill Allegation Following Diddy Lawsuit
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Asked about Lil Rod's lawsuit that insinuated Meek might have slept with the embattled hip-hop mogul, the 'That's So Raven' alum calls the two artists 'gay rappers.'

AceShowbiz - Orlando Brown has added fuel to speculation that Meek Mill might have had a sexual relationship with Sean "P. Diddy" Combs. In an interview weighing on Diddy's current legal issues, the actor called the two artists "gay rappers."

The "That's So Raven" alum recently sat down for an interview with "No Jumper". During his appearance in the episode, he was asked about Lil Rod's lawsuit that insinuated Meek and Diddy had sex.

"Why would they not have sex when they're gay rappers?" Orlando asked back. "We all know he's gay." When host Adam22 asked him to clarify whom he referred to as "we," the actor responded, "Rick Ross knows he's gay."

"Rick Ross knows he's gay is what I said," the 36-year-old star insisted. "He paid me $2,000 to say that right? You only paid me $2,000."

Adam22 quickly denied paying Orlando to claim Meek is gay, but Orlando doubled down on his comment anyway. "Meek Mill is gay," he stressed.

Despite the gay allegation, Orlando voiced his support for Diddy. Elsewhere in the interview, he told the host, "Everybody knows I got respect for Diddy. I love Diddy." The "Family Matters" star went on claiming, "Everybody tried to come at Diddy. Why I'm gonna make it harder for my man? Yo, I love my man [Diddy]."

People speculated that Meek is gay after Lil Rod claimed in his lawsuit that Diddy engaged in sexual relations with "a Philadelphia rapper who dated Nicki Minaj." The description has led social media users to assume that it's the "Ima Boss" rhymer, who quickly denied the allegation.

"No man or watt would ever approach me about gay activity and the whole place don't get flipped... woke up seeing this on every blog like they know I'm coming! Lol," he hit back in February. 

Sharing a link to the copy of the lawsuit, the "Tupac Back" emcee challenged people to prove the validity of their claims. He further claimed that it's a black campaign created to overshadow the release of his new music.

Later, Meek revealed that he hired a private investigator to find out who have been making negative headlines about black artists. "I just hired a private investigator to see to been starting these cyber attacks against black artists and leaders," the Philadelphia native tweeted in early March. "They making blogs post anything that destroys the black house hold and powering everything else down!"

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