From the moment Tevin Campbell opened his mouth, we knew how angels sounded. As the crooner's fame increased, however, it wasn't just his voice that was the topic of discussion: it was his sexuality.

Rumors have swirled for years, but now Campbell has said he wants to focus on what he loves best: music.


On Thursday, the "Can We Talk" R&B singer took to Twitter to express his frustration with homophobes. He also declared the bigotry he's faced to be irrelevant because the one thing no one can question is whether he can sing.

That's it; that's all. 

After speaking his piece on homophobia, Campbell got political, delivering his take on President Trump's meeting with Kanye:


Anyway. Mr. Campbell, can we talk about your next album? And maybe a Powerline tour, too? 

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