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18 May 2012

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Mel Smith

I have 100 percent respect for Jay-Z.

elg

I salute Jay-Z for coming out for marriage equality.

I understand the influence that a rapper of Jay-Z's fame (he's the king of the rappers) can have on the masses who look up to him BUT this man (along with many lesser rappers) helped create an even more DANGEROUS climate for black LGBT people than already existed.

For me to truly see him as an admirable figure, Jay-Z would have speak out against anti-gay violence AND urge other rappers to stop using anti-gay slurs in their "music".

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