Christian rapper Bizzle recently released a song in response to the mass gay wedding ceremony broadcasted at the Grammys. As soon as it was released over the Internet, defenders of the gay lifestyle took to social media and barraged him with hate-filled messages and death threats. Proof once again that they expect us to tolerate whatever they promote while those of us who have a different opinion aren’t tolerated.

Bizzle laid down some “real talk” as they say in the hip hop world. He raised objections to how the gay rights movement compares themselves to the civil rights movement of blacks, expressing his disbelief at how gays compare their sexual habits to a person’s skin color. Bizzle also points out that homosexuals did not face lynchings or threats on their lives for just trying to get an education.

To find out more about his message and the responses to it, read the full article at TheBlaze.com.
 

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