Kreayshawn, V-Nasty, White Girl Mobs And All Other Wack Things About Hip-Hop Summed Up - GangStarr Girl : GangStarr Girl

Kreayshawn, V-Nasty, White Girl Mobs And All Other Wack Things About Hip-Hop Summed Up

[ 14 ] July 22, 2011 |

Most of the time I don’t even want to entertain ratchetness like this because I refuse to contribute to SEO or publicity. However, sometimes we have to speak up. Kreayshawn and her White Girl Mob have become viral and subsequently, music industry hits. Yep, this is the type of stuff that some of the people I work with (in the industry in general) cosign (and exactly why I’m moving away from music). And sadly, it’s not just the people I work with, it’s some of you out there reading this. There are enough people like it so much that Kreayshawn has a record deal.

Conversely, I have a few other colleagues like Bené Viera and Timmhotep Aku who wrote well thought out succinct editorials about why Kreayshawn of “Gucci Gucci” fame sucks, so I won’t do that here (click on their names to read their respective articles).

But after watching this video of White Girl Mob crew member V-Nasty “defending” her use of the “n-word,” I had to post a brief dedication to the suckery that is hip-hop and internet rappers. But first, watch this compelling argument made by V-Nasty:

Apparently, she uses the n-word because that’s how shyt goes down in Oakland so unless we’ve walked in her shoes, we need to stop hatin. Well said. (*Palms face*)

This is what people like. It’s not even about the artistry it’s about making a spectacle. My heart weeps for not just hip-hop, but entertainment and real artists, especially female rappers. Of all the talented women who could get a buzz, we gravitate to this bullshit. Really? But like I said, I won’t turn this into a full on rant so I digress. But I shall leave you with this expression of how I ruefully like to describe the state of things:

When I first saw this back in 2002 it was funny. Now it’s sad because if someone saw this and didn’t know it was a parody they’d probably think this was real. Smh.

Tags: , , ,

Category: Hip-Hop, Humor, Music, Reflections

About the Author ()

Starrene Rhett Rocque is a recovering journalist who often fantasizes about becoming a shotgun-toting B-movie heroine.

Comments (14)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

Sites That Link to this Post

  1. new music hip hop | September 1, 2011
  2. Urban Guru Jacky Jasper | October 9, 2011
  3. New Hip Hop Mixtapes | October 24, 2011
  4. Best Beats | November 20, 2011
  5. Black Lotus MTG | January 30, 2012
  6. 2011 hermes | February 23, 2012
  7. Buy Beats | Instrumentals | Rap Beats | Free Beats | February 27, 2012
  8. Hip Hop | April 2, 2012
  1. Dash says:

    I hate everything.

  2. Carla says:

    When I first heard this song, I was left with a feeling of disgust for whoever gave this chick a record deal and with music in general. She, Waka Flocka, and Gucci Mane are the reason I don’t even bother listening to the radio. And this “Gucci Gucci” song gets entirely TOO MUCH radio play for my liking.

    I am definitely NOT a fan!

  3. Luvva J says:

    Don’t be sad for Hip-Hop… Be disgusted and mad.  Hip-Hoppers – so-called Hip-Hoppers, that is have relinquished the voice and power instilled in them by BDP, X-Clan, Lighter Shade of Brown, Ice Cube, Schooly D and so many more… What needs to happen now is THE REAL MC’s & HIP-HOPPERS need to stand up and call out names when the time calls for such action.  That is the tradition and heritage of how Hip-Hop advanced, by not holding our tongues, but using them!  If the party whose name is called out and won’t listen or refuses to dialogue or even stands their ground against the health and advancement of Hip-Hop… Identify them and TERMINATE.  Everybody will NOT survive and that’s okay – it’s a part of life and those of slowly (or speedily) destroy our communities must be removed, post-haste.  Comprende? 

  4. Se Ajala says:

    You hit this right on the head! As an independent artist it baffles me how its not even about talent, art or anything but basically spectacle and how sensationalized something is.  

    The Brown Sugar reference is SPOT ON as well.  So true  I don’t mind gimmicks. Hell they’ve been around FOREVER. But when you’re gimmick is trying to be on some ghetto I can say n____a cause I’m from the hood. Well used to be you’d get tested or your ass beat on that.  Now these people have just mobbed the scene and its tragic.  

    I mean not even EMINEM – who was one of the first white rappers to gain an urban audience will stoop to that.  I can’t stand lemmings and its sad that in hip hop out of all these artist (Drake, Wayne, Wiz, Ye, Jigga, etc.) aka the ARTIST THAT COULD SAY SOMETHING AND PUT T AN END TO THE MADNESS. None of them are standing up and saying “Yo this is wack.” or in the very least “Not cool” But instead chomping at the bit to do songs with these broads.

    Sad, funny, tragic.

    /end rant

  5. Kreayshawnistooskinny says:

    I’m white and I have lived in some tough places, never wanted to really. I have been to war, with mostly Mexican and black brothers in arms, and I have killed people. You don’t see me feeling as if I am entitled to say the word. I dont even feel comfortable saying the word even though most of my friends are black. I just don’t get it, the black people around her that let her say it are just as guilty. This shit is embarrassing man. Wtf… I guarantee the second real n___as start clappin these soft ass entertainers will be OUT quick status

  6. Jesse says:

    It was bad enough that the world had to be pissed on by blacks and their culture. Now whites, who have always been quite civilized compared to other races are being the bearers of bad cultural news as well.

    Can’t imagine why you’d be mad at white people. You should be mad that this retardation only looked stupid to you when you saw an actual human display it.

Leave a Reply