Teyana Taylor doesn’t care if you call her gay….

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I’ve always wondered if Tayana Taylor gets tired of people saying she’s a lesbian or an AG who’s in a big glass closet. According to TheYBF.com and Vibe Vixen, the answer is no. TT sat down with the publication and dished on her career, her style, and her relationship with the boys from G.O.O.D Music. She also talked about how people call her gay because of how she dresses. Peep the excerpts below.

Teyana on being a role model: 

“I do think the way I dress and the way I brand myself–I’m very proud of myself that I can inspire young girls. If you have a body, embrace it. You ain’t always got to be sexy. Sometimes less is more. Like less make up is more. If I want to be in Jordans, a half top and shorts then that’s what I’m going to wear. Call me gay, call me what you want to…And now everybody is doing it.” 

Teyana on being judged by her fashion choices:

“I feel like I’m at a point where I don’t have to do that anymore. Once I got older and matured more, it was still a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” situation. When I was dressed in my streetwear, I was gay. Then, I do one shoot, show some skin and now I’m not a virgin. I can’t win for losing”

Interesting right? Either way I love this girls style. Twi snaps for her being on the cover of Vibe Vixen.

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