Waka Flocka Flame is a rapper, but judging by the ultra-conservative comments he made on radio show The Breakfast Club this morning (September 18), he's also angling for a Fox News gig alongside Bill O'Reilly.

After discussing weighty topics such as his friendship with Gucci Mane and his current fitness regimen, Waka Flocka proclaims he "doesn't want issues with anybody" — and then goes on to explain why he does, in fact, have an issue with somebody: Caitlyn Jenner.

The onetime presidential hopeful thinks the big trouble these days is not the wealth distribution gap, or the international refugee crisis, or the police-related deaths that have sparked national debate. Let him lay it out for you:

"You know what the world is today? Women are afraid to be a wife. Young males are afraid to be men. It's not cool. They're not marketing that. They're not marketing young families and husbands and wives anymore. They're marketing young girls and transgenders. They're marketing evil."

"Young girls can be transgender, too," co-host Charlamagne Tha God offers, in a bit of a non-sequitur. "It's evil, dog," Waka insists. Host Angela Yee says she agrees, though not with "the transgender part."

Waka goes on to claim that he has nothing against people's "preferences," but he takes issue with their visibility on TV, because "you can't stop your children from watching certain channels." Parental supervision, schmarental schmoopershmision.

Yee points out that, whether transgenderism is portrayed on television or not, "it's happening anyway" in real life. To that, Waka responds, "I ain't saying anything against Bruce Jenner. You are who you are: What God made you. Not who you became after he did… That's how I feel. You're rebuking God. God ain't put them feelings in you. That's the devil playing tricks on your mind."

He then compares Caitlyn's alleged inability to pass this "test from God," to his own divine ability to resist his urge to punch people in the face. Huh?

You can watch Waka "I dont have a problem with it, it's just weak-minded and ungodly and keep it out of my face" Flocka Flame's full Breakfast Club interview below.

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