Tupac’s hit song “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” featured Danny Boy or Daniel Steward, a Death Row artist. Stewards debut was on the ‘Murder Was The Case’ soundtrack in 1994, with the song “Come When I Call”. He dropped his first single in 1995 Slip N Slide. He is best known for singing on Tupac’s songs “Picture Me Rollin”, “All Eyez On Me”, and “Toss It Up”.
In 2016, he came out and admitted to being gay on Vlad TV. He talked about experimenting with men at a young age but has always loved women. He said he still loves women, but he considers himself a gay man and not a bisexual.
He has 1 daughter, and 2 sons from 3 different women. He got married and his last son is from his ex-wife. He talked about feeling bad going back and forth from men to women. He said he had to decide on just being a gay man. Steward said while he was signed him to Death Row he dibbled and dabbled with men, but not with anyone from Death Row records. He said none of them was his type.
After Death Row
Steward talks about how he struggled financially after Death Row. He began sleeping on people’s couches, and how it went from great to terrible at one point. Gay or straight, he is a man of God and wants people to see that side, not him being a gay man.
Watch the video below with VladTV and why he would not want his sons to be gay a man.