Is Lil Dicky a homosexual? ‘Dave,’ a hit comedy on FX, sparks discussion about Lil Dicky’s romantic proclivity.

After putting his bromance on show with co-star, Lil Dicky’s gay allegations surfaced.

Dave, a more-than-semi-autobiographical comedy sitcom on FX, is based on the 20s of American white-rapper Lil Dicky, real name David Andrew Burd.
The musical artist portrays Dave Burd in the drama, which depicts the highs and lows of his career as a renowned rapper in a comedic manner.

After its premiere on March 4, 2020, the show became an instant hit. On June 16, 2021, it returned for a second season, providing insight into Burd’s possible real-life experiences.
After he sparked bromance with his co-star on the show, fans couldn’t help but wonder whether the comic was gay.

Is Lil Dicky a homosexual?

Burd filmed intimate moments with his long-time friend and co-star Benny Blanco in Dave’s third episode, ‘The Observer.’ As they bathed together in their birthday suit, the twosome went on some homoerotic antics.

Other characters wondered if they were gay since they hugged and painted each other’s toenails.
Then, in an unexpected turn of events, the couple and the rest of the group talked about how white guys had more freedom to engage in bromance than black males.

Many viewers were persuaded that Burd and Blanco were not straight in real life as they channeled on-point chemistry in the comedy.

“Benny Blanco and Lil Dicky so homosexual for this scene,” one Twitterati said in response to the program. “Lil dicky is gay confirmed lol,” said another. Burd went full queer in season 2 according to a third Twitter account.
While fans expressed their thoughts on the rapper’s romantic proclivity, Burd has never publicly stated that he is gay. His relationship, on the other hand, suggests otherwise.

Lil Dicky is in a relationship with a woman

Burd disclosed he was in a relationship in an interview with GQ magazine on July 24, 2021. Despite the fact that he did not reveal his girlfriend’s identify, the Pennsylvania native implied that they were serious.

The 33-year-old also stated that he was serious about the future and that he want a marriage. While he was single, he would go on a date once a week in the hopes of finding a worthy partner.

“I’m at the age where if I can’t envision a real future then it’s a total waste of time. “

Burd has been unmarried for seven years and is starting a new relationship.
He had previously been in a serious relationship with a woman, but the two split up as Burd focused on his job.

In his song ‘Molly,’ the ‘Earth’ inventor even mentions his ex-girlfriend and their relationship, implying that he still loves her despite their terrible breakup.
The song described how he attended his ex-wedding girlfriend’s as a guest and the sadness he felt.

Interestingly, his fans believe that Taylor Misiak’s character Ally, who plays his estranged girlfriend in the drama Dave, is modeled on him.

Ally and Dave split up in the first season of the show because Ally couldn’t support Dave’s budding rap career.

Season 3 of ‘Dave’

When asked if the program might have a third season, Lil Dicky told Deadline,

“Look, I’ve got to be honest with you. I’m not even done with this finale we’re talking about. I’ve been handing in every single episode of the season at the deadline, like four days before it’s on TV. “

He went on to say that he had completely lost his sense of self and that he was working at a pace he had never imagined possible. So, at the moment, Season 3 was the furthest thing from his thoughts.

However, given the show’s success, it will come as no surprise if Netflix decides to renew it for a third season shortly.