Born in Chicago, Danny Boy became an R&B singer signed to Death Row Records. As an original Death Row artist, he made a significant impact on the music scene, by singing on Tupac’s most iconic tracks. Recently, Danny Boy has courageously come forward with personal revelations, beef with R&B singer Ray J and embracing his authentic self in the music industry.
Danny Boy’s musical voyage began in 1994 when he made his debut on the ‘Murder Was The Case’ soundtrack, captivating audiences with his track “Come When I Call.” This marked the beginning of an notorious career that would shape the hip-hop and R&B landscape.
Danny Boy soon became best known for his contributions to Tupac’s timeless songs, including “Picture Me Rollin,” “All Eyez On Me,” “I Ain’t Mad at You,” and “Toss It Up.”
In 2016, Danny Boy came out as a gay man during an interview with Vlad TV.
He shared that he engaged in relationships with men during his time in the music industry, while also expressing his love for women.
Danny Boy opened up about the challenges that weighed heavily on him while being an artist on Death Row records. He talked about the fear of judgment and suppression of his true self, especially around influential figures like Suge Knight.
Behind the spotlight, Danny Boy is a loving father, having a daughter and two sons with three different women.
In the Vlad TV interview, Danny Boy shared his honest emotions about the internal conflict of navigating relationships with both men and women.
Danny Boy didn’t just come out as a gay man he also has done several interviews discussing the beef between him and Ray J.
Danny Boy and Ray J Beef
Once upon a time, Danny Boy and Ray J were close friends, but as the years passed, their relationship took a tumultuous turn, leading to beef between the two. Danny Boy openly discussed the reasons behind their beef.
Danny Boy described his bond with Ray J as a genuine brotherhood. They were friends who shared good times together, from sleepovers to outings with girls. Their friendship seemed unbreakable, and they were each other’s “homie” in every sense.
While visiting a barbershop in California, Danny Boy learned about rumors Ray J had spread about him. These rumors involved Danny Boy’s supposed drug of choice was crack and Ray J insinuated that he attempted to involve him in compromising situations in what was referred to as “gay shit.”
Ray J’s words were hurtful, especially since they came from someone Danny Boy considered a close friend. Coincidentally or not, Ray J walked into the barbershop Danny Boy was visiting when he found out about the rumors Ray J had allegedly started. Faced with the hurt caused by the rumors, Danny Boy decided to confront Ray J. Danny Boy didn’t say the exact words that were spoken during the confrontation, but it is evident that Danny Boy exposed some things about Ray J.
Danny Boy, in his defense, felt if he was going to be exposed – he was going to expose everybody, and that included Ray J.. In an interview Danny Boy said, if he was going to be exposed then “Let’s be honest and tell ’em how gay we all was together. Not sure if he was was talking about Ray J but it seemed it was hinting it was about Ray J. That quote left viewers wondering about the deeper context behind his statement. Since that encounter in the barbershop, Danny Boy and Ray J have not spoken. Despite Danny Boy’s attempts to reach out and apologize, it seems that the damage was already done, and their friendship remains strained.
Interestingly, rumors regarding Ray J’s sexuality have been circulating for quite some time. These speculations, whether true or not, have continued to linger in the public eye, leaving curious minds to ponder and discuss the matter. During a video on the NO VULTURES YouTube Channel, Danny Boy disclosed that he essentially came out when he confronted Ray J at the shop. The confrontation exposed underlying tensions and led to discussions about Ray J’s alleged bisexuality.
The issue of Ray J’s sexuality isn’t entirely new. In 2015, rapper Bad Azz claimed on “The Goin Way Back” show that Ray J was allegedly bisexual but hesitant to admit it. Furthermore, former “For the Love of Ray J” contestant, Monica “Danger” Leon, alleged in 2010 on the “Deyvns Playground” radio show that Ray J was involved with former G-Unit rapper, Young Buck.
Karrine Steffans, also known as Superhead, added to the speculation by suggesting the existence of a tape featuring Ray J with another man. Despite the numerous allegations, Ray J has not confirmed any of the gay rumors. The lack of direct response has fueled further speculation, but the truth remains unconfirmed.
While we cannot verify the validity of the allegations, this situation prompts reflection on the significance of living in one’s truth. Embracing authenticity and being honest about one’s identity is essential in navigating the challenges of the music industry and public life