French Montana has already told us he “Ain’t Worried Bout Nothin’”. So he probably doesn’t care that he is in some hoter water for this tweet last week.
For the record, we do not know what the relationship is between this woman and French. Maybe he reneged on giving her some money and she blasted him on Twitter. I don’t know, I don’t care. None of my business.
However, can Black women please stop with this nonsense that they are so offended by what French Montana said. First of all, Black women need to stop calling other Black women derogatory terms. The word “bitch” is used as a term of endearment in many circles. There is a saying about glass houses that is so appropriate here.
Moreover, science has taught us that music is as addictive as cocaine. Some of the Black women who are calling for a boycott on his music are lying to themselves. They are going to hit up the club, get some liquor in their system, feeling sexy in their tight dress and too high heels, “Freaks” or “Pop That” starts playing, and they are going to run to the dance floor and shake their butts like they are in a Ying Yang Twins video.
It has been reported that Lil’ Wayne has had a prejudice against dark skin women for years. It doesn’t seem to have hurt his numbers. Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle and Houston rapper Slim Thug both have had extremely misogynistic remarks regarding Black women with little to no push back. Rick Ross confessed to a crime against women on wax and he is as popular as he has ever been.
While I am not condoning what these men have said, I do not expect there to be any repercussions whatsoever for French Montana.
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