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Rich Homie Quan Addresses The Gay Rumors About Him And Young Thug

It's just Thug's slang.

Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug have undeniable chemistry inside the studio, but when it comes to the speculation about the pair's relationship outside of the booth, Quan shoots down all the rumors.

After Thug posted a number of Insatgram photos with Quan where he refers to his Rich Gang collaborator as "bay" and "hubbie," a number of gossip sites wondered if the two had a type of romantic relationship.

"First and foremost I try not to get into all the comments, because it be so many, but at the same time I see them. If I respond back to that, that's what they want me to do," Rich Homie told MTV's Sway Calloway when he appeared on the "Sway in the Morning" radio show on Thursday.

"Everyone in Atlanta know me and Young Thug is not gay. With Thug it's different , it's just his slang. I don't take nothing of it or nothing. I know I ain't gay, everybody know I ain't gay," Quan continued. "I get a joke out of it, 'cause it's just so funny how people will take anything and run with it."

During the half-hour sit down Quan touched on a number of topics including his role in Birdman's Rich Gang crew, which now officially consists of Rich Homie and Young Thug. Earlier this year, the group dropped their "Lifestyle" single, then in September they released their Rich Gang: Tha Tour, Part 1 mixtape and now they're preparing to release Part 2.

On one of the up coming tracks, Rich Homie reveals that Baby compares RG to the Hot Boys, the multiplatinum rap group where Lil Wayne got his start alongside Juvenile, B.G. and Turk.

"I really feel he seen that energy in us. The same energy he seen in them when they were young," Quan said, revealing that he and Thug record about 15 songs a week. "I think he just fell in love with the work ethic."

Despite his affiliation with RG, Quan says he has no "paperwork" with Cash Money and whether or not he'll sign a solo deal with the label still up in the air -- he also says he isn't signed with Def Jam, dispelling that popular rumor.

As far as Lil Wayne's recent spat with Cash Money goes, Quan says the current controversy wouldn't factor in to his decision at all.

"I still would, because that's the relationship they have with Bird, that's not the relationship I have. At the same time I don't know their situation and I try not to get into their situation," he explained. "I try to do what's best for me, if that situation is right of course I'm gonna take it. I've been solo solo this long, if it ain't broke don't fix it."