Despite being the ultimate ladies man, Prince of Love & Hip Hop Miami has already stated that viewers constantly press him about his sexuality. But what you may not have known is that he’s been prepared for the BS long before the show started.
Prince from love & hip hop Miami is gay. I'm not bashing I can just tell
— R (@Rjloa_) January 19, 2018
Prince from love & hip hop miami needs to stop faking like he’s such a playboy lmao he’s gay af. just waiting for him to come out already
— TEEJ (@teejaeeee) January 18, 2018
No Shade u cant convince me Prince out here sleeping with any WOMEN. #LHHMIA
— Jerran Conley (@JayBoleyn) January 9, 2018
In an interview with Miami.com, Prince says he knew people would come for his neck on social media because it’s happened for much of his life. “It’s the tone of my voice,” he explains. “I knew that was going to happen. I knew Black Twitter was going to roast me. It’s a stigma I’ve been dealing with my whole life. I’m not really worried about it.”
Meanwhile, the popular club promoter says people’s opinions really don’t bother him because he has absolutely no problem in the romance department. “If they knew the level of women that I deal with their mind would be blown.”
In an interview with The Grio, Prince went in depth about what it was like dealing with negative comments at a young age. “I have been dealing with people calling me gay since I was in the fourth grade because of things I can’t control. It sucks. It does break you down. I don’t cry about it but it does hurt. I hate it.”
He continues, “I have to deal with people calling me gay every day. It’s not because I have been with another man or because they have seen photos of me with men. It’s my mannerisms. It’s how I dress because I dress very well. It’s because I enunciate and articulate my words. It’s dumb. These are ignorant remarks.”
Ultimately, Prince has come to accept that people will think what they want. With that in mind, he continues to live his truth (and wear as many pinks furs as he wants) in spite of what the haters might think. Oh, and in case you need help changing your toxic views on gender norms, Prince suggests the documentary Do I Sound Gay for your viewing pleasure.
There's an interesting documentary on Netflix called "Do I sound gay" it's all about the liguistics of what we (as a society) deem as "sounding gay" . It's extremely insightful and also highlights how anti-femme and misogynistic our marginalized communities are . How any proximity to feminity is deemed the lowest on the social capital scale . I recommend a few of you go check it out .
Watch Prince describe his life as the party king of Miami and why he has such a way with the ladies.