Lil Yachty has responded to queerphobic criticism from some fans over the dress he wore in the music video for "Oprah's Bank Account," featuring Drake and DaBaby.

Taking to Twitter, the rapper took shots at those who have questioned his sexuality or claimed he wore a dress simply for publicity. "Bitch it’s just supposed to be entertaining. It ain’t even that deep, y’all niggas so in denial with y’all masculinity shit like this bother y’all... Relax."

He even shared a meme showcasing how absurd the criticism sounds. Check it out below.

In case you missed the video, it sees Yachty donning a dress to channel Oprah on The Boprah Show. Drake is welcomed as a special guest, where he jokes about his "LSC," or light-skinned capability and the new generation of rappers, including Yachty who he praises for being at "the forefront of that movement of music that should be forgotten about."

The track is slated to appear on the Yachty's upcoming album, Lil Boat 3, which is due out this spring. Watch the video below.

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