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50 Cent & Lil Wayne Blasted On Twitter For Comments About Black Women



50 Cent & Lil Wayne Trashed For Comments About Black Women On Young Money Radio

50 Cent & Lil Wayne Trashed For Comments About Black Women On Young Money Radio

50 Cent made an appearance on the Friday night’s episode of Lil Wayne’s Young Money Radio, where he gave controversial remarks while talking different topics during the virtual conversation, and currently, both men are being trashed for their comments on Black women.

While 50’s remark about Meek Mill made the Philly rapper fired back, calling the mogul corny, his comments about Black women is not quite encouraging and has them outraged.

50 talked about his executive production of Pop Smoke’s debut album, praising Nicki Minaj as an Alpha female and showering love to Eminem. However, when the discussion shifted to dating, they started talking about dating, Fif degraded Black women, generalizing them and perpetuating stereotypes of the “angry Black woman.”


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“They get mad. They get angry. You see a lot of sisters go ‘you fuck with this kind of girl and that kind of girl?’ That shit is exotic! That shit look a lot different than the shit you see in the neighborhood all of the time. That shit look like it came off a boat,” said 50 Cent in the video.

The Power executive producer went ahead to mimic punching a Black woman during the same conversation. Lil Wayne on the other hand, was laughing his ass off as if it was the funniest thing he had ever heard.

Folks online have been expressing their disappointment in the two Hip Hop heads. See some reactions on twitter below :

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