and the reason WHY is: WHITE RAP DOES’T REFLECT THE CHALLENGES, DAY-TO-DAY LIFE, or the PAST / PRESENT / FUTURE (etc.) of Black people in the United States of America (or anywhere else for that matter)
some of ya’ll don’t understand that with the DILUTION of Hip-Hop came the DEATH of Hip-Hop; can’t have it both ways; diluted and dead are part and parcel.
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what can a White person tell you about being Black?
EXACTLY MY POINT.
therefore – White rap ain’t Hip-Hop
don’t act like you can relate to me when only YOU can relate, and not your RACE as a fukcing WHOLE.