New York rapstress Azealia Banks sat down with Xorje Olivares on OutQ and was asked to explain her use of the word “f*ggot,” which she often uses on social media.

“The word ‘f*ggot’ came to me from my mother. And it was never a thing, of, like, a guy being gay … it was always just a man who hates women … I know a lot of straight f*ggots,” Banks said.

“You call me a ‘b*tch,’ I’ll call you a ‘f*ggot.’ What’s the difference?”

Banks sees the problem deeply seeded in race, too: “America cannot pick and choose when it wants to be offended.”

But at the end of the day, she says it isn’t a real issue.

“In my human life, I’ve got bigger problems than worrying about what somebody else f*cking thinks of me.”

Catch the full interview on Thursday at 2 pm ET on OutQ.

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