Rapper's advice to NBA dad with transgender son: 'You gone too far'

It has been reported that Zion Wade, the 12-year-old son of retired NBA player Dwyane Wade, is now identifying as a girl and has asked to be called Zaya.  Given the creeds of LGBT cultural supremacy that dominate celebrity values, Mr. Wade immediately chose to cast himself as a hero and monetize his son's mental disorder in the Twitter and TV shrines where he worships.  Wade splashily proclaimed what a great father he was to embrace his cross-dressing child.  Faster than a speeding LeBron, he appeared on Ellen DeGeneres show, to be bathed in glory for his counterfeit courage regarding his child's preadolescent confusion.  Perhaps even sicker than that, the boy's stepmother, Gabrielle Union, is said to be turning to the cast of the TV show Pose for guidance about how to help her stepson.  This woman apparently does not turn to a trusted pastor, family elder, doctor, or friend, but the cast of a TV show that features AIDS, sado-masochism, and fetishism in the 1980s New York City ballroom dance scene to "help" her stepson?

Dwyane Wade has characterized as "hate" and "stupidity" challenges to the politically orthodox yet socio-maniacal premise that a 12-year-old boy must be recognized as a girl if that is the child's wish.  Nevertheless, the modern vocal stylist Mr. Boosie Badazz expressed pointed concern for the child in his Instagram address to Wade: "IM GO SAY IT SINCE THIS PUSSY ASS WORLD AINT GO SAY SHIT !!U TRIPPIN NIGGA...Don't dress him as a woman, dawg he's 12 years old, he's not up there yet."  Mr. Badazz continues: "I gotta say something about this s---, bro, Dwyane you gone too far...this is a male, a 12 year old, at 12...at 12 they don't have s--- figured out."  The summary thrust of Mr. Badazz's remarks is his repeated exhortation: "Don't cut his f------ d--- off."

To again support Mr. Badazz's insight, much of the pussy ass world is indeed afraid to recognize that denial of the facts of one's sex, and the demand to be recognized as a member of the opposite sex, is a fundamental and life-pervading disordering of the relationship between mind and body.  It is also a sociological disruption, because it requires that people deny their basic belief and assessment of who the "transgendered" person really is.

Mr. Badazz's psychology is as pithy as it is impeccable.  To augment his indisputable observations, 12-year-olds do have much to figure out.  They are just entering the normal developmental stage of identity diffusion, which involves identity and social experimentation.  Zion is the child of a high-conflict divorce, and his father was an NBA star, which is an exalted status involving extraordinary physical prowess.  There are many reasons why this child might feel insecure in his masculinity.  When Mr. Badazz observes, "You trippin' nigga," he succinctly reframes a psychological verity: Zion's current, intense need for his father's attention and approval, poorly handled by the adults in his life, could set the boy irreversibly in the wrong direction for the rest of his life.

Dwyane Wade states, "When a child comes home with a question, when a child comes home with an issue...it's our job to listen to that."  But Wade and his wife did not privately, patiently listen.  They did not take the months and years with their child to prayerfully explore a serious question that may involve permanent biological iatrogenesis for their son.  Instead, they exploited him by rushing him and themselves into "LGBT+" celebrity.

Regarding Mr. Badazz's justified fears, it is unlikely that Zion will undergo penectomy in the immediate future.  But normal endocrinology and genitourinary development may be irreparably harmed by taking opposite sex hormones as a child.

To augment Boosie Badazz's observations about pre-adolescence, it is a time of high anxiety and keen fantasy life as the child may foresee the psychosexual demands of adolescence with some trepidation.  The daughter of an extremely poor family named Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes was 14 years old when she had one of the most famous visions of Christian history.  Today, if Zion Wade had a spiritual vision of God, he would be lucky not to be dragged to a psychiatrist.  Ellen DeGeneres certainly wouldn't pay for that story.  His family would have kept it private, as they should have kept private his vision of being a member of the opposite sex.  Without questioning the infinite ways God reminds of his presence, or the sincerity of any child's beliefs about himself, such visions tend to reflect the child's religio-cultural milieu.  If the child's vision is certified by prevalent religio-cultural authorities, it brings prestige and wealth to the family, as has Zion's vision that he is a girl.

The Wade family worships celebrity.  Zion was born to a wealthy family in an overfed, zoo-like society that reveres variant and deviant sexuality and showers praise upon a 12-year-old boy, not for his achievements, but for his feverish imagination of being someone he can never truly be.

Image: Keith Allison via Wikimedia Commons.

It has been reported that Zion Wade, the 12-year-old son of retired NBA player Dwyane Wade, is now identifying as a girl and has asked to be called Zaya.  Given the creeds of LGBT cultural supremacy that dominate celebrity values, Mr. Wade immediately chose to cast himself as a hero and monetize his son's mental disorder in the Twitter and TV shrines where he worships.  Wade splashily proclaimed what a great father he was to embrace his cross-dressing child.  Faster than a speeding LeBron, he appeared on Ellen DeGeneres show, to be bathed in glory for his counterfeit courage regarding his child's preadolescent confusion.  Perhaps even sicker than that, the boy's stepmother, Gabrielle Union, is said to be turning to the cast of the TV show Pose for guidance about how to help her stepson.  This woman apparently does not turn to a trusted pastor, family elder, doctor, or friend, but the cast of a TV show that features AIDS, sado-masochism, and fetishism in the 1980s New York City ballroom dance scene to "help" her stepson?

Dwyane Wade has characterized as "hate" and "stupidity" challenges to the politically orthodox yet socio-maniacal premise that a 12-year-old boy must be recognized as a girl if that is the child's wish.  Nevertheless, the modern vocal stylist Mr. Boosie Badazz expressed pointed concern for the child in his Instagram address to Wade: "IM GO SAY IT SINCE THIS PUSSY ASS WORLD AINT GO SAY SHIT !!U TRIPPIN NIGGA...Don't dress him as a woman, dawg he's 12 years old, he's not up there yet."  Mr. Badazz continues: "I gotta say something about this s---, bro, Dwyane you gone too far...this is a male, a 12 year old, at 12...at 12 they don't have s--- figured out."  The summary thrust of Mr. Badazz's remarks is his repeated exhortation: "Don't cut his f------ d--- off."

To again support Mr. Badazz's insight, much of the pussy ass world is indeed afraid to recognize that denial of the facts of one's sex, and the demand to be recognized as a member of the opposite sex, is a fundamental and life-pervading disordering of the relationship between mind and body.  It is also a sociological disruption, because it requires that people deny their basic belief and assessment of who the "transgendered" person really is.

Mr. Badazz's psychology is as pithy as it is impeccable.  To augment his indisputable observations, 12-year-olds do have much to figure out.  They are just entering the normal developmental stage of identity diffusion, which involves identity and social experimentation.  Zion is the child of a high-conflict divorce, and his father was an NBA star, which is an exalted status involving extraordinary physical prowess.  There are many reasons why this child might feel insecure in his masculinity.  When Mr. Badazz observes, "You trippin' nigga," he succinctly reframes a psychological verity: Zion's current, intense need for his father's attention and approval, poorly handled by the adults in his life, could set the boy irreversibly in the wrong direction for the rest of his life.

Dwyane Wade states, "When a child comes home with a question, when a child comes home with an issue...it's our job to listen to that."  But Wade and his wife did not privately, patiently listen.  They did not take the months and years with their child to prayerfully explore a serious question that may involve permanent biological iatrogenesis for their son.  Instead, they exploited him by rushing him and themselves into "LGBT+" celebrity.

Regarding Mr. Badazz's justified fears, it is unlikely that Zion will undergo penectomy in the immediate future.  But normal endocrinology and genitourinary development may be irreparably harmed by taking opposite sex hormones as a child.

To augment Boosie Badazz's observations about pre-adolescence, it is a time of high anxiety and keen fantasy life as the child may foresee the psychosexual demands of adolescence with some trepidation.  The daughter of an extremely poor family named Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes was 14 years old when she had one of the most famous visions of Christian history.  Today, if Zion Wade had a spiritual vision of God, he would be lucky not to be dragged to a psychiatrist.  Ellen DeGeneres certainly wouldn't pay for that story.  His family would have kept it private, as they should have kept private his vision of being a member of the opposite sex.  Without questioning the infinite ways God reminds of his presence, or the sincerity of any child's beliefs about himself, such visions tend to reflect the child's religio-cultural milieu.  If the child's vision is certified by prevalent religio-cultural authorities, it brings prestige and wealth to the family, as has Zion's vision that he is a girl.

The Wade family worships celebrity.  Zion was born to a wealthy family in an overfed, zoo-like society that reveres variant and deviant sexuality and showers praise upon a 12-year-old boy, not for his achievements, but for his feverish imagination of being someone he can never truly be.

Image: Keith Allison via Wikimedia Commons.