Well it looks like Waka Flocka Flame’s presidential campaign might be short-lived.
Only one man can make gaffes like this and still have a shot at the White House, but don’t worry Waka – you have much, much better hair hair than him.
You see, Candidate Flame went on the Breakfast Club morning show this week and made some unfortunate remarks about the transgender community in general, and Caitlyn Jenner in particular.
"They’re marketing young girls, transgenders…they marketing evil," says Flame in the clip above.
His interviewers do an admirable job of trying to make it sound like he didn’t just call transgender individuals "evil," but Flame can’t be stopped from spewing nonsense.
"I ain’t no religious man," he continues. "I ain’t got nothing against nobody’s preferences, but putting it on TV? That’s crazy, man. Kids is the only people watching TV. You know adults is too busy, man. They trying to control life."
First of all, we highly doubt that a lot of kids watch I Am Cait online. Heck based on the ratings, no one is watching I Am Cait.
More importantly, however, what in the actual f–k is Waka talking about?
Caitlyn ("Bruce," as he insists on calling her) may be the wealthiest, most highly-regarded transgender person on the planet, yet she still has to fear for her life.
We don’t think trans people getting too much love from the press is quite the epidemic that Waka seems to believe it is.
Not surprisingly, the rapper received a fair amount of flak online and he offered the most confusing non-apology ever on Twitter:
"IM NOT HOMOPHOBIC I HAVE NOTHING AGAINST THE GAY COMMUNITY," Waka tweeted in an all-caps rant.
"IM STILL STANDING ON WHAT I SAID…IM NOT A FAN OF TRANSGENDERS MARKETED LIKE A SUPERHERO. AND YES I WAS WRONG FOR USING THE WORD #EVIL I APOLOGIZE FOR THAT AND EVER-PERSON I OFFENDED."
It’s important to point out that Waka also said that "Bruce" and all transgender people are "rebuking god" and giving in to "the devil" by transitioning, but…at least he’s not homophobic?
Someone sit Waka down and explain some things.