Quoted: Wale denies homophobia charges in tweets, sort of
I work for PEOPLE... all [people] ..... HipHop music is for everybody. I love all the supporters, and real know[s] real."
-- D.C.'s own breakout rap star Wale defending himself in a Twitter blast Friday evening after controversy erupted over his abrupt pull-out from his headlining entertainer spot at next weekend's DC Black Pride celebration. Organizers criticized his move as homophobic, saying he cancelled after he learned it was a gay event; the Wale's rep told MetroWeekly he had conflicting obligations, but also that they had been misled about the event.
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May 23, 2010; 5:40 PM ET
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