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“When the reporter began asking me questions about my daughter being labeled a [expletive] and a hoe, I got agitated,” Wayne said. “From there, there was no thought put into her questions and my responses.” “Apologies to anyone who was offended,” he said. Wayne orginally called Black Lives Matter “weird” and said he did not feel connected to it. “I am a young, black, rich [expletive]. If that don’t let you know that America understand black [expletive] matter these days, I don’t know what it is. Don’t come at me with that dumb [expletive], ma’am. My life matter, especially to my [expletive],” Wayne said Tuesday. “I don’t feel connected to a [expletive] thing that ain’t got nothin’ to do with me. If you do, you crazy as [expletive],” the 34-year-old added before he took out a red cloth and cut the interview short. “I’m connected to this flag right [expletive] here, because I’m connected. I’m a gang banger now.” As Wayne walked away from the interview, he could be heard explaining “I ain’t no [expletive] politician.” The questions regarding his daughter came about after Davis pressed Wayne about the content of his music, which includes misogynistic and offensive language.
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