In the past, Boosie has come under fire for his egregiously shameless homophobic remarks, particularly those directed at Dwyane Wade’s transgender daughter, Zaya. Now it seems his eldest daughter has come out as an active member of the LGBTQ community, going Instagram official with her partner.

Iviona Hatch, Boosie’s 20-year-old daughter, publicly introduced her partner on Instagram and quickly rose to the top of the trending topics list. Hatch, also known as Poison Ivi, was spotted in a photo posted on social media.

“Endlessly in love with you,” the caption read.

In 2021, Hatch acknowledged that she occasionally dates women during an Instagram Live, MadameNoire reports.


Boosie’s reaction to this has become a matter of debate online. The “Wipe Me Down” rapper is suspected of being agitated because of his reputation for making derogatory and offensive remarks about Lil’ Nas X, Zaya Wade and the LGBTQ community.

As Blavity previously reported, in 2021, Lil’ Nas’s X’s father, Robert Stafford, responded to Boosie’s anti-gay comments.

“How the hell you’re a gangsta rapper promoting drugs, gun violence, degrading women and getting high every video talking about you’re for the kids man sit your old man looking ass down,” he questioned.

The rapper’s opposition to the gay community has caused folks to lose respect for him. He is now at the top of many people’s cancellation lists because of his nasty remarks about Dwyane Wade’s child. 

More than that, he has voiced his opinion publicly enough to draw the wrath of Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade. Union went so far as to imply that he was gay in an interview with Jemele Hill in November, and of course, the internet had a field day.

Boosie seemingly has issues with more than just gay men. According to a recent tweet, he also has a personal prejudice against lesbians.

“Why do you guys keep saying, ‘How come Boosie says all this stuff about Lil Nas X, but his daughter is gay / a stud’ he literally said on breakfast club he wouldn’t attend or support his daughter’s marriage to a girl. He’s homophobic both ways,” one Twitter user said.


Online users overwhelmingly support Hatch and her girlfriend. The two appear to be happy and having a wonderful time together.

Since the story broke, internet users have encouraged one another to mock him for saying he wouldn’t attend his daughter’s wedding if she ever decided to marry a woman. Of course, y’all know folks went in on Twitter about this ordeal.






Oh, and she got barz too, by the way!


Props to Hatch for living her best and happiest life!