I’m not too fond of the term “hater” and don’t use it loosely, because most of the time people don’t really know what a hater is. These days, anything said that’s against the norm is considered “hating.” There’s a lot of delusional people running around claiming they have haters (when it reality, no one cares).Â The term is spewed as freely as spit.
However, haters really do exist. My definition of a hater is someone who is negative about everything and if they don’t like something, there’s no love or practicality in anything they say. They’ll tell you what they’re saying is constructive or they’ll say that they aren’t really jealous and try to pretend that they could care less but the negativity is obvious in the way they speak and their demeanor (also see my blog about crazymakers).Â They just hate–like in the Dave Chapelle “Hater’s Ball” skit–just because it’s something to do, especially if it helps them feel better about their own miserable existence.
It’s ok to not like something butÂ normal people who have an aversion come from a genuine place. When they express what they don’t like, they do so in a way that doesn’t irritate your soul andÂ most of the time they have decent solutions. True haters just don’t like it just because it’s hard to say anything positive, because there’s probablyÂ something wrong with their inner being so they take it out on everyone else.
In extreme cases, haters develop hate crushes. Have you ever been stalked by someone who didn’t like you but you barely know them? This person purposely appears in your life as much as they can just to torment you and let you know how much you disturb them but you did nothing to them. They probably have a hate crush on you and they’re probably following everything you do because they don’t like you. It’s weird but again, this is the behavior signature to anyone who isn’t happy with themselves (so be vigilant and try to keep this energy out of your life if you can help it).
In Khia’s case, she has a hate crush on Nicki Minaj. This is something we’ve known for months based on Khia’s random rants but she has taken her hatefulness to a knew level. She actually purchased Pink Friday just to write a review about how wack she thinks it is.
Khia blessed us with eloquent prose like:
“This b**ch needs to be SHOT on siteâ€¦” Khia said. “It smells WORSER than the gas thatâ€™s coming out of my ASS, from all of the Turkey that I ate over the Thanksgiving weekend. Someone needs to give this B**CH a FLEET Enima [sic] and â€œFLUSHâ€ her IMMEDIATELY, She is nothing but a â€œGhostwrittenâ€, Weezy-wannabe WHORE!”
“I canâ€™t believe I wasted my $13.99 on this BULL S**T, I told yall that it aint no damn Barbies in the hood,” Khia wrote angrily. “I canâ€™t wait for Matel [sic] to sue this b**tch for all of the $3.60 that she earned! When is this b**ch gonna learn that they stealing all of the money?” (Full review here)
If you never knew what a hater was, there you have it. Who does that? And how do we know Khia, anyway? “My Neck, My Back” and Miss Rap Supreme. Alrighty.
Nicki Minaj has way too much control of these rap chicks’ emotions and it’s disgusting (he who angers you controls you). They’re all bashing Nicki but not doing their part in coming back out with quality material and helping to really revive women in hip-hop on a mainstream level.
If you don’t like something, don’t dwell on why you think it sucks. Do something to change it or to at least balance it out. It’s simple.