NEW YORK - JANUARY 23: Lil Boosie appears onstage during a taping of MTV's Sucker Free at MTV studios in Times Square on January 23, 2007 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

Rapper Lil Boosie is currently under fire after sparking controversy after he admitted to allowing women to perform fellatio on his sons and nephews.

During an Instagram Live session, Boosie said, “I’m training these boys right, I’m training these boys right. Ask any of my nephews, ask any of them, ask my son. Yeah, when they was 12, 13 they got head.”

“Yeah, that’s how it’s supposed to be. Hell yeah I got my [expletive] son [expletive] sucked. You [expletive] right.”

“Yes, a grown woman, grown, super grown checked his ass out,” Lil Boosie continued. “Checked all my nephews out, super grown. Is she grown? She checks me out. I know what the [expletive] she did to them, she checked me out, that [expletive]. I’m getting them prepared, man.”

Boosie also went on to say that he taught his son how to put on a condom at the age of nine or 10.  “It’s better than watching cartoons. That’s why they have iPhone 11s,” Lil Boosie said.

“They can watch as much porn as they want. It’s better than them watching cartoons with two men kissing. Yeah, it’s like that. Yeah, we raise them different … That’s just how it is.”

According to Celebrity Insider, this is the second time that Lil Boosie has received backlash for stating that he hired a woman to perform sexual acts on his son.

He previously told reporters that he was joking. However, people are taking the rapper’s claims seriously. “Boosie and the woman who gave the 12 and 13-year-old oral should be in trouble with the law,” one Twitter use wrote. ” Let it have been an older man doing that to a young girl he’d be under the jail, as he should. So they both should be in hella trouble!”

‘Y’all can’t tell me this homophobic ass man is not sick. Talking about training his sons to be sexually abused. This is rape culture,” another Twitter user tweeted.

The backlash that Boosie is currently receiving comes after the rapper sparked controversy earlier this year for speaking negatively regarding Dwyane Wade’s daughter, Zaya Wade.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.