Boosie Badazz’s apple didn’t fall far from the tree based on his son’s social media posts about Dwyane Wade and his 12-year-old transgender daughter, Zaya.

Tootie Raww, Boosie’s 16-year-old son, cursed the Wades and defended his father in his Instagram story.

"F**k DWayne and his son idc he gay,” the boy wrote. “My pops said what he said. Stop sending me that. I bet you won't say it to our face."

He also suggested Zaya become intimate with a cisgender girl to reverse her gender identity.

"I know this chick that will do sum thangs to dwade son that will make that boy back str8," Tootie said.

The teen is a chip off the old raggedy block. Boosie famously criticized Dwyane’s decision to love and support his child unconditionally last week.

“I gotta say something about this s**t bro,” Boosie said. “Dwyane Wade, you gone too f**king far, dawg. That is a male, a 12-year-old,” the “Wipe Me Down” rapper said in a video posted to his Instagram page last Tuesday. “At 12, they don’t even know what they next meal gonna be. They don’t have s**t figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love with her. But his d**k gonna be gone.”

Boosie, who clearly doesn’t know the difference between gender and sexuality, didn’t stop there. He was oddly preoccupied with the status of the 12-year-old’s genitalia.

”Don’t cut his d**k off, bruh,” he continued. “If he gonna be gay, let him be gay. But don’t cut his d**k off, bruh. Don’t address him as a woman, dawg. He’s 12 years old. He’s not up there yet. He hasn’t made his final decisions yet. Don’t cut his f*****g d**k off, Dwyane Wade, bruh. You f**king tripping, dawg.”

The world found out about Zaya’s gender when her father spoke about it during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He told host Ellen DeGeneres he and wife Gabrielle Union are the "proud … parents of a child in the LGBTQ+ community — and we're proud allies as well.”

The former NBA star shared Zaya came out to them one day after arriving home from school.

"Once Zaya, our 12-year-old, came home — first Zion, I don't know if everybody knows, originally named Zion, born as a boy — came home and said, 'Hey, so I want to talk to you guys. I think going forward I am ready to live my truth, and I want to be referenced as "she" and "her." I would love for you guys to call me Zaya,’" he recalled.

The same day, Union posted a sweet message to her stepdaughter on Instagram featuring a video of the preteen.

"Meet Zaya. She's compassionate, loving, whip smart and we are so proud of her," Union wrote. "It’s Ok to listen to, love & respect your children exactly as they are. Love and light good people."

In the video, Zaya explained the importance of being true to oneself.

"[To anyone] who is afraid they're going to be judged, I would say don't even think about that. Just be true to yourself,” Zaya said. “What's the point of being on this Earth if you're going to try to be someone you're not? It's like you're not even living as yourself, which is like the dumbest concept to me."