Rubi Rose Reacts To Kevin Gates Name-Dropping Her In Explicit Freestyle

Kevin Gates let a lot off of his chest with his “Super General” freestyle, opening up about his separation from estranged wife Dreka Gates and channeling his inner Notorious B.I.G., listing off numerous sexually explicit things he would want to do with a few women in the music industry, including Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj and Rubi Rose.

Although Minaj and Queen Bey haven’t publicly responded to Gates’ sexual teases, Rose initially did on Twitter days after “Super General” was released. During an appearance on Angela Yee’s Lip Service Podcast, Rose expounded more on her initial response of Gates’ being freaky and said she was fine with it – under one condition.

“I’m not gonna lie,” Rose said with a laugh. “In a song, it’s cool.”

When asked whether she wanted it to happen for Gates, she quickly brushed it off, saying she’s had the act performed on her before and wouldn’t mind it in general.

On “Super General,” Gates rapped, “Rubi Rose, I can’t wait to have your feet facing my ceilin’/With my tongue deep in yo’ ass while I kiss all on yo’ kitty/Put that dick deep in yo’ back and make you cum all on this missile/Put yo’ hands behind yo’ back and smack yo’ ass, I’m in yo’ kidneys.”

Gates’ sexual raps have become a staple of his according to his diehard fanbase and they can be found on his recently released Khaza album with the viral single “Thinkin’ With My Dick” featuring Juicy J. However, Gates has been quick to flip his raunchy behavior for introspection, including breaking down how toxic masculinity was passed down in his family.

In an exclusive interview with HipHopDX, Gates referenced his grandfather, highlighting how he was a caring individual with a dark side and how the balance of feminine energy and “controlled aggression” is how masculinity can be healthy.

“You’re overcompensating for a lack of something, that’s when masculinity becomes toxic,” Gates said. “My grandfather was very nurturing and he was a monster. He was a real monster, but he was very nurturing.”