King Lil Jay is a rapper from Chicago known for his creative music, strong lyrics, and intense beats. He has dropped many mixtapes and singles like “Unexpected 2” and “Clout Lord.” His hit tracks include remixes of “Hang With Me,” “Competition,” and “Faneto.”
He is also famous for his rap battles and feuds with other artists and gangs in Chicago. His ongoing disputes involve Chief Keef and his crew, formerly known as Glory Boyz Entertainment, now called Glo Gang.
Their long-running disagreement with King Lil Jay stems from their ties with the rival gang Black Disciples from 300/600/Lamron/O’ Block.
King Lil Jay has denied allegations of him being gay after a prison video went viral in which one male inmate is seen sitting on his lap.
Allegations On Sexual Orientation
King Lil Jay faced rumors about his sexuality due to a viral Twitter video. Netizens began discussing his sexual orientation, but the rapper defended himself, rejecting the rumors about being gay.
These rumors started when a video went viral on Twitter. The purported video showed two inmates spending time together outside their cells in what seemed to be the dining area.
In the video, a guy sat on someone believed to be King Lil Jay. He sat on his lap and kissed him when no one else was around.
This video led many fans to think that Lil Jay was the person on the bench kissing. However, Lil Jay didn’t let the rumors linger, swiftly coming forward to deny the allegations.
King Lil Jay’s Responses
In a video on his social media, King responded, “Man, this doesn’t make sense, man,” addressing the rumors and the viral video.
He shared his thoughts on the rumors, stating they were made up to damage his image. He said, “They’re trying to do anything to ruin my reputation, man.”
He clarified he wasn’t the person in the video, pointing out differences in his face, tattoos, and body. “My face doesn’t match, tattoos don’t match, and my body doesn’t match.”
In a 2022 interview, when asked about gay issues, he called it the silliest thing he’d ever heard. He talked about his friends without making derogatory comments and emphasized his lack of issues with LGBTQ+ individuals.
He explained that people created those videos and spread rumors about his sexual orientation.