Christian rapper Bizzle has written an anti-gay version of Macklemore's "Same Love" rapped over the song's instrumental.
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On the track, Bizzle slams comparisons of the gay civil rights movement to the African-American civil rights movement (my transcripts):
You rather fight God than fight sin / The Bible is alright until it calls what you like sin / And I feel so disrespected that you were so desperate / You would compare your sexual habits to my skin / Calling it 'the new black?' Tell me, where they do that? / They hung us like tree ornaments, where were you at? / They burned us for entertainment, you go through that?" / Moms raped in front of their kids while they shoot dad / Ever been murdered just for trying to learn how to read, bro? / Show of hands? I didn't think so / So quit comparing the two it ain't the same fight / You can play straight. We can never play white.
Using black people as pawns for your agenda / These sell-out rappers that do whatever you tell em.
Bizzle also says that being gay is a choice:
"Man I ain't choose this!" You think you chose that?
"Well I was born this?" Well prove me you were born that.
Gays are like pedophiles:
You were never oppressed. The devil was a liar / The only thing oppressed was your sexual desire / Keeping your desires oppressed is so lame to you / But when you get married that's what you expect your mate to do / It angers you if I compare you to a pedophile / Because he's sick, right, and you're better, how?
But you were never a girl. He was once nine so at one time in his life it was just fine. / What makes your laws right? / I'm not buying it so put it in the same trash can you put that Bible in. / See how that cycle is? / Nobody wants to repent of their evil so we all try justifying it. / And you say it's about rights but you lying though - domestic partnerships gave you rights a long time ago. / God created marriage when he did he defined it though so why is it that you want what he created but denying no. / It's not wicked enough switching the definition you want it done by a Christian in a church he worships in?
And gays should not use the rainbow as a Gay Pride symbol because it belongs to Christians:
And that rainbow you using is a gay pride symbol? It represents a covenant with God if you didn't know. Check Genesis 9:13 for the info. Homie, the poor spiritual, you don't know what you in for. I ain't saying your sins worse, but it is sin, though.
Of course, Bizzle says he's not a hater even though he justifies calling gay a "defect" in the lyrics as well:
It's funny how the media portays things / They really pushing hard for this gay thing / And it's so wicked how they manipulate things / Can't even disagree without them making it a hate thing /
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Writes Sketch the Journalist at the Houston Chronicle:
This is not the first time Bizzle has offered his take on the mainstream hip hop industry. He first gained national attention for saying Jay-Z had some “Explaining to Do” about his use of dark imagery. He’s also released songs specifically targeting the media messages promoted by artists like Rick Ross, Kanye West, and Nicki Minaj.