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D.C.-based rapper Wale, after dropping out of, then rejoining, D.C. Black Pride, provides his thoughts on homophobia: “It’s one of those situations where like, it might have been hard to understand like ten years ago. But it’s 2010 . . . There’s gay people that are like heads of companies,you know just like functioning human beings, you know what I’m saying?”