Singer Todrick Hall Gets Major Backlash For ‘Black & Gay In America’ Magazine Cover: He Caters To The White, Gay Community
Singer Todrick Hall has made a name for himself the past few years, but many aren’t happy with his latest magazine cover.
The artist, who most recently was featured on Kandi Burruss’ latest single “Used To Love Me,” covered the most recent issue of Billboard magazine, which was described as “Black & Gay In America: What It’s Like To Be Todrick Hall.”
His pose also included holding up the infamous “Black Power” fist.
Lots of Twitter users took to their own pages to express their issues with the description.
Todrick Hall caters to the white gay community and now all of a sudden he wants to talk about being a black gay man pic.twitter.com/dZbgjqAhww
— Skinny Tease ???? (@thatfunnyguy_a) June 12, 2020
— ??????? (@MathewNoKnowles) June 12, 2020
He hasn’t responded to the backlash yet, but Todrick Hall, who is also BFFs with Taylor Swift, made it clear he was satisfied with his cover.
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