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That gay hip hop subculture certainly seems to be thriving. Perhaps not surprisingly, many in the industry are nervous about the book's publication this week, fearing that it will expose some of the top black names in music and Hollywood as secretly gay. They are going to have to be brave but I think they can do it,' he said. Dean eventually suffered a childhood sexual assault from a male babysitter and ended up serving jail time in Nashville for stealing a car. Dean's book describes a world where many industry executives and some artists are leading secret gay lives, which are often obvious to everyone but rarely talked about. Leading hip hop artists such as Eminem, DMX and Ice Cube have all been targeted by gay activists for using homophobic lyrics.

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There are signs that things are changing.

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There are signs that things are changing. But for Dean his purpose in writing the book was simply to shine a rare light on the most shadowed corner of some of the most popular music in the world. But then I realised they are actually talking about me too,' Dean said. It is just that people do not talk about what goes on in private and who is sleeping with who. Then there are the other hints of big-name celebrities close to the hip hop business who are also gay. Leading hip hop artists such as Eminem, DMX and Ice Cube have all been targeted by gay activists for using homophobic lyrics. Several leading rap artists, including top seller Kanye West, have admitted that homophobia is rampant in the industry and they have spoken out against it.

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Leading hip hop artists such as Eminem, DMX and Ice Cube have all been targeted by gay activists for using homophobic lyrics. Dean's book is a searing description of a tough childhood on the streets of Detroit, ironically also the home town of Eminem. Dean, however, hopes that hip hop will soon put its homophobia behind it. American rap music is an industry ruled by machismo. Dean's book describes a world where many industry executives and some artists are leading secret gay lives, which are often obvious to everyone but rarely talked about.

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