http://www.vladtv.com - In our latest VladTV exclusive with Adrien Broner, the boxer covers every topic from battle rap to wearing women's shoes. Yes, you read that right. "I wear women's red bottoms [Christian Louboutins] because I wear a six and a half. I got small feet," Broner admits while discussing Young Thug's fashion choices. The 26-year-old world champion even revealed him and Thugger have "messed with the same women before," so any more gay rumors should be put to rest. In the beginning of the clip, Adrien Broner discusses his battle with fan favorite Murda Mook and why he feels he ultimately won. "I'm 1-0 in the URL League," he states with a grin. "I f***ed him up. He know[s] that. He wasn't prepared, he thought I was joking because I told him wanted to battle him..." Broner then says Mook "had a few good lines but he wasn't fully prepared like he usually be so I kinda caught him off guard. I'm [gonna] take my victory." Press play for more.
http://www.vladtv.com - Daylyt shared his thoughts on a variety of topics in this clip from his exclusive interview with VladTV Battle Rap Journalist Michael Hughes. He began by addressing Trick Daddy's "Eat A Booty Gang" movement, and admitted to having "ate a couple of a**es" in his lifetime during sexual encounters with various women. However, Daylyt never considered making that particular edible activity an official trend in society. He then related Trick Daddy's "Booty" movement to Young Thug and how he believes that the "Stoner" rapper is really gay. Daylyt concluded by addressing Trinidad James recently being dropped from his label, and how he should "come get this Battle Rap money" now that he has lost the support of the music industry.
http://www.vladtv.com - There has been speculation about Young Thug's sexual preference over the years, and we got Love & Hip Hop Hollywood's Milan Christopher, an openly gay rapper, to share his thoughts on the situation. Straight off the bat Milan told us that he doesn't think Thug is gay, and he pointed out that Prince has also worn women's clothes and painted his nails, but the famed singer is known for his love of the ladies. The L.A.-based rapper also added that he believes Young Thug is just messing with people when he makes comments about majority of his closet containing women's clothes and posting photos of himself wearing nail polish on Instagram. To hear more from our interview with Milan Christopher, including why he thinks Young Thug isn't mocking gay people, hit the above clip.
http://www.vladtv.com - While Lord Jamar is adamant that he doesn't agree with Daylyt's wild online comments, the Brand Nubian emcee told VladTV that he can "see a method to his madness." He added that Daylyt's comments about hooking up with Diddy is actually a "social experiment" to showcase how gullible consumers are. Lord Jamar also shared his thoughts on Daylyt's "Uncharged Up" track going viral online, and the New York spitter believes that the song's success had more to do with marketing than Daylyt's bars. He added that while he thinks Daylyt is a good rapper, Lord Jamar believes that his marketing abilities outweigh his rapping skills. Check out more of the interview above, including Lord Jamar's thoughts on Young Thug saying his closet is 90% filled with women's clothing.
Mysonne sat down for an exclusive interview with DJ Vlad to discuss the current culture of Hip-Hop. In this clip, Mysonne explains how Lil Uzi and Young Thug are gangsta rappers because of their content, despite their appearances. He also discusses how artists who appeal to the gay community tend to be more successful than those who don't. Watch above.
http://www.vladtv.com - Charlamagne Tha God shares his thoughts on Young Thug and believes that if the rumors are true about him being gay, the Atlanta rapper should "own it." The famed radio and television host says that the gay community is looking for "heroes," and thinks that someone like Young Thug could be that person. He also looks back to an interview he did with VladTV in 2011, where he shared his thoughts on the possibility of a gay rapper coming out in the future. Charlamagne said that he knew a gay rapper would come out at some point, but stressed that the artist had to be "hood."