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Created by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014 at 4:18pm. Last updated by The Core DJ's Jul 6, 2014.

Check Out Lee O’Denat aka Q was spotted at the Chicago Gay convention on Thursday night (15th May)

 Lee O’Denat aka Q was spotted at the Chicago Gay convention on Thursday night (15th May)

Q seen in the photo far left after photo was leaked from a homosexual fan that was at the convention. The convention was held to support gay marriage and provided a outlet for others to come out and be open about their homosexuality social media has been on fire and competitors of has been taking this news and running with it.Q has not been able to be reached and ignored emails when asked about this photo that was leaked at the convention.There have been rumors about homosexual rappers in the hip-hop community most of those rumors are unconfrimed.A spokesperson at the event stated that Q was having a great time like he was part of the family.Other hip-hop and urban media sites such as and have also declined to comment on there rival website owner.  

Lee “Q” O’Denat started the website in 2005 as a distributor of mixtapes. Shortly after the website’s beginning, hackers destroyed the website. O’Denat later restarted it as a content aggregator.WorldStar began focusing on material similar to the videos of rappers engaging in fights with other rappers and almost-pornographic material that had been previously distributed offline, via physical media. O’Denat used the setup of, a website which had already been distributing that sort of material. O’Denat said that this led to tension between the two websites. He added “Once we went 100 percent video, showing that original hood stuff, we prevailed.”

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