Rich Gang’s Rich Homie Quan has come forward once again to explain a recently released leaked verse which features himself referencing rape.

Quan blamed his youth and not paying attention to details for the offensive line coming into existence.

“Yes, I do,” Quan said when asked if he felt he owed people another apology. “I do not condone or promote rape. I’m not a rapist. That song was recorded in December 2012. I was young and just rapping. At the time, I had no guidance in my life. I blame it on that. So I apologize once more to my fans.” (Billboard)

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A new leak from a song called “Day 1” features Quan rapping about raping women.

Yet another song featuring the former Rich Gang rapper spitting bars about rape has surfaced onto the Web. The latest leak, “Day 1,” finds RHQ explicitly using the term this time around, vowing that he plans to take sexual advantage of one of the many women occupying his mansion. “Chances ain’t sh** if you don’t take one/ Mansion full of b**ches, about to rape one (I’ma f**k these hoes),” he sings on the hook. (VIBE)

Quan recently talked about referencing rape on one of his leaked songs and called the situation a misunderstanding.

“That was blown out of proportion, man,” he says. “If you listen, it’s just good music. It wasn’t even supposed to leave the studio. It was a studio leak, so I apologized for it. It ain’t what I’m onto.” (“The Breakfast Club”)

Earlier this year, Quan apologized for his leaked record and affirmed his stance against rape.