To help support her new song "Liberated," DeJ Loaf had proposed to cover marriage license costs at New York City Hall. Her proposal came on Wednesday (June 6), immediately after the cover art for her new song debuted.
Starting at 8:30 this morning (June 8) all marriage licenses were on DeJ Loaf. As her song suggests, people can get liberated through real love, no matter race or orientation. Marriage is a way of celebrating real love, and she wants to help. As Leon Bridges says in the hook, “People get liberated!”
The announcement was met with positive feedback. Dej, who was rumored to have been a lesbian at the beginning of her rap career was very aware of what was being said. But she denied it in a tweet, writing that women “just love me,” according to VladTV. The rapper said that she just preferred to be comfortable, knowing that her clothing set off the rumors.
You can check out the video for "Liberated" below.