R&B singer/songwriter Tank said some things at a recent concert that people took out of context, so he dropped by The Breakfast Club to clear up the rumors, and more.

He even discussed the accusations that always arise against successful black men being homosexual, even with his own close friend Jamie Foxx, who Tank assures is not gay. But, the singer didn’t object to his old ways when Angela Yee said he used to be a “womanizer." Tank put his head down with a smirk, but he was clear that he was open with every woman that he was involved with, but though difficult to repress, that life is behind him.

Be advised this interview is not for the faint of heart, as it is certainly NOT SAFE FOR WORK due to the explicit language. You’ve been warned.

Most importantly, Tank discussed his new album Savage, which was released on Friday, September 29, 2017. And he also broke down the state of R&B, and how he fits in on both sides with old and new artists. He makes it clear that love doesn’t pay the bills, and you have to be able to grow and do what makes sense on the business end as well.

Find out what else Tank had do say in the interview above, and check out music from Savage, below.