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Dictionary.com Is Adding The Word ‘Bussy’ To The English Language For Pride Month . . . Thank Lil Nas X!

Lil Nas X is changing the English language. Two weeks ago, the openly gay rap star asked the website Dictionary.com to add the term “Bussy” into the English language.

Initially, Dictionary.com said it was “considering” adding the LGBT+ slang word “bussy” to its list of definitions – after a request from Lil Nas X.

Now Media Take Out learned that the website appears to be accepting the new word. A person on Twitter, who claims to work for the company as a “lexicographer” or a person who compiles dictionaries, man the announcement unofficially on social media.

In case you’re wondering, bussy is a slang term that refers to a gay man’s an*s – which many also call a “boy p***y.”

Here’s how Dictionary.com describes itself:

We provide millions of English definitions, spellings, audio pronunciations, example sentences, and word origins. Dictionary.com’s main, proprietary source is the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, which is continuallyupdated by our team of experienced lexicographers.

This all started when Lil Nas X, a country/trap rapper tweeted: “for pride month it’s really important that our government finally takes a stand and adds bussy to the dictionary.”

Dictionary.com’s original response was: “We added WAP to the dictionary, so anything’s possible. dictionary.com/e/acronyms/wap.”

So what do you think about the new word . . . .

Lil Nas X was the most-nominated male artist at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, where he ultimately won awards for Best Music Video and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. “Old Town Road” earned him two MTV Video Music Awards including Song of the Year, and the American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip Hop Song; Lil Nas X is also the first openly LGBT Black artist to win a Country Music Association award.

Time named him as one of the 25 most influential people on the Internet in 2019, and he was named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2020.

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