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Dixon Dallas Talks About His Viral Gay Country Song That You Have to Hear to Believe

Dixon Dallas Talks About His Viral Gay Country Song That You Have to Hear to Believe

Dixon Dallas

“Call him ‘Daddy’ while I holler man, that boy so damn good looking,” a portion of the lyrics go.

There’s a country music bop taking the internet and streaming services by storm because it’s got a catchy melody, but it’s the raunchy gay lyrics that make this song unique.

“He’s bouncing off my booty cheeks, I love the way he rides/I can hardly breathe when he’s pumping deep inside,” sings Dixon Dallas in his viral hit “Good Lookin’.”

On June 20th, Dallas wrote on Instagram, “Here’s a song you can dedicate to your good buddies,” alongside a short clip of the song’s addictive refrain.

“I kiss him on his neck, and then he kisses on my b*ssy/Call him ‘Daddy’ while I holler/Man, that boy so damn good lookin',” the song goes.

The tune, which has been watched tens of millions of times on TikTok, has even made its way to mainstream — conservative even — venues at which jaws have dropped.


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In a video posted to Dallas’s Instagram page, the song plays as a group of reportedly Mormon college students react as a crowd of people in a hall line dance to the tune.

Dallas is the alter-ego of Alabama rapper Jake Hill, who has a second alter-ego, ur pretty, who has some queer-inclusive pop-funk songs out.

While many in the LGBTQ+ community have embraced the song and the artist, others caution that they believe he may be queerbaiting or altogether making fun of gay people as a joke.

Many people are wondering whether he’s actually gay, which he discussed with, The Advocate’s sibling media outlet.

The singer says he sincerely cares about music, so he isn’t letting negative comments get in the way.

“Of course, you’ll have people saying I’m gaybaiting and queerbaiting. Growing up in the South, you’re taught how to think a certain way,” he said. “I reached a point where I started thinking for myself. My music is a big f*** you to my past. No, I haven’t disclosed my sexuality. I could be gay. I could be straight. I could be bi. At the end of the day, I feel like it doesn’t matter.”

Dallas added, “There’s no law that says I can’t write a song about getting my booty cheeks bounced off of.”

He also acknowledged the positive feedback he’s received after the release of “Good Lookin’.”

“The amount of messages I get from people saying ‘I’m a gay man. We don’t have this type of music. It makes me feel seen. It makes me feel heard and comfortable in my skin.’ Those messages are what makes me want to keep doing this. If somebody wants to cancel me, I don’t care. I don’t give a s*** about any type of negativity.”

Watch equalpride correspondent Ricky Cornish’s interview with Dixon Dallas below.

Dixon Dallas Responds to Haters & Defends His Viral TikTok

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