Anonymous asked: Why'd u have drop the n-word in ur verse on hyperbolic chamber music, u ain't black. not cool
I don’t remember that verse….i recorded that verse over 3 years ago… i’m sorry if i offended anyone by saying it ever. it wasn’t in an offensive derogatory context.
also not only black people are called the “n-word” it was any member of any dark-skinned people. I think it’s so backwards of us to hold that word is such high regards after the evolution “the n word” has already gone through and changed into something completely different. I’ve seen people call each other “the n-word” in a loving context
ex: “That’s my “nigga” doe”
That is a a loving context there. Am i suppose to think people are being offensive and racist when they say it like that. I have dealt with racism and bigotry my entire life too, and I grew up in Africa and was still considered “dark skinned” among white people..
I am not defending my actions if I have/had said it. I try not to throw it around. But sometimes yes, it does slip out of my mouth as an innate way of speaking for me, because I have grown up around it in Africa and in Oakland people of all skin colors use the word in a fun- loving manner.
Not saying I will be saying it or want to say it or justify me saying it…I don’t want to promote using it either. It’s not right to advocate any sort of demeaning language.
I just wish as a community we could progress and stop getting hung up on such petty issues when there are so many larger things to deal with. When obviously, I am not a racist human being and I have never held any prejudice against any race ever.
If I have ever said anything “racist” or considered “racist” it was merely for comical relief and I have no bias towards any race.
I know people are going to be all up in arms about this post.
BUT i am not racist. and don’t freak out because I’m just speaking my mind.
We good here.
Im from Oakland. EVERY person of COLOR says the N word.