Saweetie was criticized for implying that ‘hateful behavior’ in Rap is a new phenomenon

After Saweetie tried to make a point about the rap game, Twitter criticized her with a brand new act of acting.

It all came to light on Tuesday night when Saweetie expressed some of her thoughts on “hip hop culture” on the platform.

“Is misogyny now normal in HIP HOP culture?” she asked. “Guess so.”

Twitter accuses Saweetie of being unfamiliar with hip hop history

After Saweetie wrote this tweet, the internet had a day calling her name.

Much of the backlash focused on her, including the word “now,” which suggests that misogyny in rap has been defunct for decades.

Tweet replies and quotes are a lot of memes as people throw balls at Saweetie.

Others have tried calling Saweetie out and admitting that she has sampled tracks—like Too $hort’s “Blow The Whistle”—that might be considered inappropriate for women.

Some even accused her of just entering the conversation to gain attention for her new project, SINGLE LIFE.

The backlash included individuals saying that Saweetie herself contributed to and benefited from the issue.

We should note that Joan Morgan, OG’s “hip hop feminist”, who wrote When the chicken head goes home to sleepalso uploaded.

In general, however, people’s unpleasant reactions dominate the conversation.

Did Saweetie react to Joe Budden?

While Saweetie hasn’t said more about her tweet, we should add that it came a few hours after she apparently called out Joe Budden on Twitter.

It started when a clip surfaced of Joe hitting Saweetie shortly after she released her EP.

“I won’t listen to Saweetie until she answers the question everyone is waiting for: Did you do anything with Offset?” Joe declared. “This is not the time for your freedom…Push it back. You were silent. No need to come shake the table now. And did you f**k the guy or not? If you gon’ tell it, then tell it.

She eventually addressed his comments on Twitter.

“Saweetie needs STFU???? okay joelisha.

Saweetie on “Violence and disrespect in male music”

Moving on from her Twitter situation, we should also add that Saweetie further commented on the rap game in a new episode of Booty Kev Podcast.

She specifically shares her belief that, due to certain messages in “male music,” female rappers are taking over.

“LA and other cities, it proves that this is why women run rap and hip hop. Because there is so much violence and disrespect in male music…

I feel like we have to raise the bar with music and come back to have a good time.

She went on to add that a lot of modern rap songs lack “empathy and love.”

What do you think of Saweetie’s comment, and do you agree with the backlash she received?


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