|Atlanta producer Jazze Pha got gay shamed by a transsexual who claims he "kept her warm."|
This coming straight out of Atlanta. Another hip-hop figure is either gay or bisexual. And the partner the figure slept with has "proof" that it happened.
The gay shame happens when a scorned gay partner wants to expose their straight sexual partner to the general public. In turn, it becomes a gay panic and then turns into a dangerous situation for the person.
A gay panic involves the person who exposed the "straight" partner getting either assaulted or killed by that person. In the Black community, the straight partner will risk their freedom to protect their cred among their fellow peers.
Why they invented the down-low?
Because men who don't acknowledge themselves a "gay or bisexual" have these affairs with women and men outside of their relationships. Some men look at it as "I can have my cake and eat too" theory.
Because they can't hide their passions. All men love sex. Men enjoy the pleasure of being involved in sex with a partner. Regardless of the partner being a man or a woman, the alpha male will satisfy his needs with that person.
|Transsexual blackmailed rap producer.|
They end up having Jerry Springer/Maury Povich/Ricki Lake moments.
Most celebrities in the Black community typically hip-hop and action movies go forth with the masculinity and a sense of having the baddest bitches at their side.
Don't get me wrong, what people do in the bedrooms is solely their business.
|Shayla Stacks is posting her outings with entertainers. Jazze Pha is one of her "tricks".|
Well the photos are out and rapper/producer Jazze Pha is having a relationship with a transgender woman (POST-OP Transsexual).
More power to him on his love life. He can be at least comfortable with who he is.
Shayla Stacks love to take a whole bunch of selfies and NSFW stuff.
The rap producer has came out on the social networks denying that he's ever met the person, but unfortunately the news isn't new when you're living in the GAYEST area for Black people.
Jazze Pha has a reputation around ATL circles for entertaining an alternative lifestyle, so this picture didn't come as a surprise to many in the community. Still, Pha took to Twitter to respond to the photograph, refraining from denying that it was indeed him in the image, and instead getting all religious on us.
“Even when the Devil is working hard Just know that GOD is working HARDER!!” He then posted an image on Instagram with the words: “There is a sad disposition in our fallen nature as a people to listen to the retailers petty scandal.”
Stacks is also the transsexual that claimed back in the day that rapper DMX tried to holler at her.
Phalon Anton Alexander (born April 25, 1974), also known as is an American record producer and songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. He is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Sho'nuff Records, which American R&B/pop singer-songwriter Ciara was signed to.
Pha is known for announcing "Ladies and gentlemen" or "This is a Jazze Phizzle production!", both at the beginning and, occasionally, at the end of songs on which he is featured.
He helped produced Ludacris' single "Area Codes", Tela's "Sho Nuff (Hoes In The Club)", Field Mob "Sick Of Being Lonely", Nappy Roots "Aww Naww", and T.I.'s "Let's Get Away".