Following Dwyane Wade & # 39; s Support, support For her 12-year-old son, Zaya, coming out as a trans girl, the LGBTQ + community rejoiced and praised the basketball star's acceptance of parenthood.
However, Young Thug does not agree. The rapper took to Twitter on Tuesday (February 18) to intentionally confuse Zaya and announce: "All I want to say to convince his son is & # 39; GOD DON'T START MISTAKES & # 39 ;, but he lives his true me ".
The tweet's transphobic tone was met with harsh criticism from fans, asking the rapper to delete his post and apologize to Wade and Zaya.
All I want to say to deceive the son is
"GOD DOES NOT EAT MISTAKES"
but hey, live your true self
– Young Thug ひ (@youngthug) February 19, 2020
Young Thug is not the first to criticize Wade's decision to support Zaya's identity. Earlier in the day, Boosie Badazz got into an argument on Instagram. "Don't stop him, bruh. Like, bruh, really, if he's going to be gay, let him be gay. But don't stop with him, bruh. Don't dress him like a woman, dawg. He's 12. He's not up there yet. He hasn't made his final decisions yet. Don't stop it, Dwyane Wade, "the father of eight said.
The Miami Heat star is expected to reveal more about her relationship with Zaya in ESPN's upcoming documentary, D. Wade: Life Unexpected, which will air on Sunday.