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Will.i.am Defends His Music: “Fawk A Quotable”


Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am is defending his music from critics who question his role as a rapper.

The producer sat down for an interview with The Source and says that he doesn’t care what anyone thinks, he’s still a Hip-Hop artist.

I’m like, ‘Cool. It’s not crowded. Y’all n*ggas stay over there. Fawk a quotable. I ain’t trying to make other rappers be like, ‘Yo, that n*ggas nice.’ I don’t give a Fawk. I did that when I was 19, 20, 21. I don’t wanna do that no more.”

Will.i.am was also scolded for his outfit on the 2010 Video Music Awards where he appeared in “black face” for a performance with Nicki Minaj.

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  • DatPhillyBrawd

    Nobody gives a fluck Will.

  • Into music not image

    Cats nowadays are more influenced by MC Hammer and C&C Music Factory.

  • O

    what makes him hip hop?

  • Will.i.am isn’t Hip Hop. Not even close! Well, he is close…when he produces beats for them. Otherwise, nope.