Singapore rapper comes out as gay in new song that tells of his struggle to be accepted

//Singapore rapper comes out as gay in new song that tells of his struggle to be accepted

Singapore rapper comes out as gay in new song that tells of his struggle to be accepted

Singaporean rapper Joshua Su has come out as gay in his new track and video, I’m OK. In the track, released last Friday, the rapper looks back at his formative years in an all-boys school where students were often bullied, before addressing issues that he has wrestled with for years: “When I grow up, will I have kids? / Cannot/ Must I be married to a woman with big t*ts?/ No / Am I sick? Is this a disease? Can I be cured?” Now based in Hong Kong, the 34-year-old Su began his career as a…

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