Published: Sun, July 14, 2019

Cardi B Claps Back At Jermaine Dupri For Bashing Female Rappers

Cardi B Claps Back At Jermaine Dupri For Bashing Female Rappers

When asked his opinion about rap artists like Cardi, Nicki Minaj and self-proclaimed hot-girl Meghan Thee Stallion, Dupri was dismissive. His response was pretty rude in that he couldn't choose a single favorite because they all "rap about the same thing" and remind him of "strippers rapping".

"Jermaine, who helped launch the career of an original female emcee Da Brat and also worked with the likes of Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson, went on to say, "[Female rappers] are all rapping about the same thing.

Cardi then explained that there are a lot of "female rappers who rap their asses off who don't talk about their p- and y'all don't support them". As far as rap goes, I'm not getting 'who is the best rapper'. This time, she's right about comments made recently by pioneering hip-hop impresario Jermaine Dupri regarding female rappers. "Let me tell y'all about some rappers that are really f***ing dope, that be rapping they a** off".

Dupri caught major side eye when he said this new class of female rappers, like Megan Thee Stallion, City Girls and Cardi B, all sound alike due to their sexy and unapologetic style of rapping.

"When I did 'Be Careful, ' people were talking mad s**t in the beginning, like 'This isn't what I expected".


On Twitter Chika, whose social media handle is @Oranicuhh, used a thread to express why she felt Dupri was in the wrong for his comments. "I'm getting like, 'OK, you got a story about you dancing in the club, you got a story about you dancing in the club, you got a story about you dancing in the club.' It's like, 'OK, who's going to be the rapper?' At some point, somebody's going to have to break out of that mold and just show us⁠-talk about other things, just rap about other things besides that". This is not what I expected.

"It's like, if that's what people ain't trying to hear, then I'm going to start rapping about my p**sy again", Cardi said.

"When they go low, we go high" seems to be the energy female rappers have been on lately, as the unity amongst up and coming female emcees is at an all-time high.

"I feel like we need to put these girls in more magazines and blogs". But Cardi has a way of breaking down complex ideas and restating them in such a simple, impactful way that it becomes impossible to just skip over what she says. "These girls can rap they a**es off and they don't rap about their vaginas and sucking d**k".

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