NLE Choppa Responds to Gay Rumors After Risque Song Goes Viral

After his new song 'Sl*t Me Out', in which he raps about his sexual energy, raised speculation about his preference, the 21-year-old insists that his 'intimacy lies with women only.'

AceShowbiz - NLE Choppa has set things straight about his sexuality after he stirred up the Internet with his new raunchy song. The rapper sparked gay speculation after he released his raunchy track "Sl*t Me Out", which has since gone viral.

Putting the brakes on the gay rumors, the 21-year-old took to X, formerly known as Twitter, on Thursday, April 12 to address his sexual preference. "I understand me being in love with myself as a BLACKMAN is so RARE to the point some people try putting the homosexual jacket on my name," he wrote in reference to his risque song, "but with all due respect I love ALL, but my intimacy lies with women only."

On the song which was released on Thursday, Choppa raps about wanting to have sexual relations with himself if he "was a bad b***h." He spits in the pre-chorus, "Ayy, rip off my shirt if you love me (Love me)/ Spit in my face when you f**k me (F**k me)/ Play with my g***h while you suck me (Suck me)/ Eat the d**k like you was ugly."

The song is not the only way Choppa is expressing his sexual energy. Earlier this week, he shared a series of steamy photos on Instagram. In one of the images, he appeared to wear nothing but a towel draped about his shoulders. He bared his chest and showed his underwear in another snap. In addition to the photos, Choppa teased the song with a bathroom dance video.

Weighing in on the posts, many of his fans were not impressed with the thirst traps as they claimed that he was using the wrong campaign to promote his new song. "Bro forgot 90% of his follower are men," one person reminded him. A second similarly pointed out, "bro you got too many male followers for this," as another claimed, "I think he's bi sexual. Has to be."

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