Twenty-two-year-old rapper Angel Haze has released a track inspired by Macklemore's hit song Same Love.

Haze, who was raised under the Greater Apostolic Faith, considers herself pansexual, telling UK's The Guardian last year: “Love is boundary-less. If you can make me feel, if you can make me laugh – and that's hard – then I can be with you. I don't care if you have a vagina or if you're a hermaphrodite or whatever.”

Over Same Love's beat , Haze tells her own coming out story.

“At age 13 my mother knew I wasn’t straight;

she didn’t understand but she had so much to say;

she sat me on the couch looked me straight in my face;

and said you’ll burn in hell or probably die of AIDS;

it’s funny now but at 13 it was pain;

to be almost sure of who you are and have it ripped away;

and i’m sorry if it’s too real for some of you to fathom;

but hate for who you love is not exactly what you’d imagine;

and i guess it was disastrous;

cause everything that happened afterwards was just madness;

locked away for two years to keep me on the inside;

because she’d rather see a part of me die than me thrive;

and it’s tougher when it’s something you can’t deny;

and ignorance teaches us it’s something that you decide;

you’re driven by your choice is an optical illusion;

here’s to understanding that it’s not always confusion.”

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