It’s not every day a rapper quotes the Bible to strike at the heart of liberal pop culture–but that’s exactly what Waka Flocka Flame did.
During an interview with a New York City radio station on Saturday, Flocka talked about the changing role of families in America–and how the media contributes to people refusing to be adults:
“You know what the world is today? Women are afraid to be a wife. Young males are afraid to be men. It’s not cool,” said Flocka.
He continued: “They’re not marketing that. They’re not marketing young families and husbands and wives anymore. They’re marketing young girls and transgenders. They’re marketing evil.”
Which brought up the cause of Caitlyn Jenner–and Flocka had some choice words for the transgender Olympiad.
“God ain’t put them feelings in you, man. That’s the devil playing tricks with your mind. That’s a test from God.”
Flocka has also announced a run for President as a Democrat back in April–with a strange launch via Twitter that said, “I’m dead ass running for president in 2016.”
While Flocka’s political ambitions may seem to be going nowhere, it’s refreshing to see a member of the music industry standing up for family values.