If you look at the people now who are coming out…all these rappers, they’re so left-wing from the cookie cutter mold of what rap is supposed to be, and a lot of people don’t like that, and a lot of people are loving that, so I feel like it’s going to be a lot easier for a gay rapper to come out and be able to get some shine, but, I’m not saying it’s going to be like if I was straight-that my straight alter-ego would have the same adversities that I’m gonna have-‘cause of course people aren’t going to take me seriously; I sleep with men. And I’m feminine on top of that, so, it’s not just I sleep with men and I’m gonna come at you like ‘yo, what up, my nigga?’ That’s not me. And I stick to me all the time. Like, it’s always gonna be…I’m always gonna stay true to myself.

..So, of course people aren’t gonna take me seriously. But I feel like if you have the talent, and you’re truly yourself, and you are committed to doing this people are gonna take you seriously. So, it’s not gonna matter what you do in your bedroom, ‘cause you’re delivering.

So, that’s what it’s all about. It’s all about talent at the end of the day.

-Cakes Da Killa