i kind of agree........ive been a hip hop head almost since birth, lived in what alot of people would consider "the hood" off and on up until pretty recently and literally all my friends growing up were black........yet ive never felt compelled to talk with an accent or freely use the n word........at 14 i even stopped wearing baggy clothes.......so it really bothers the ever living sh*t out of me that so many white people are so heavily influenced by music and tv. i literally saw WHITE CRIPS walk past us in PARKERSBURG WEST VIRGINIA days ago......this type of sh*t is not in the least bit cool.....these people were in their late 20's
and im finding alot of humor and the tough talk video..........what the fu*k is wrong with this bi*ch
white people. we have to do better
i hate it when people talk like that period. growing up that's how ALL the hoodrats talked, and that's what V-nasty is so i really dont see why she doesn't get the pass. the phrase has been beaten to death, but i'ma say it "shes a product of her environment" just like every other non-black rapper that gets to be one without get sh*t for it.
and no, i'm not a fan of her rapping, she's wack to me just like lil' b and any other rapper that barely rhyme 2 words in their raps.