Yesterday, Nas’ debuted “Daughters,” the next single from his forthcoming Life Is Good album. In the song, Esco gets very personal in the lyrics, rhyming about the infamous incident where his daughter, Destiny Jones, posted pictures of her condom collection on Twitter. The “Hate Me Now” rapper even questioned his own parenting via the No I.D. produced song. Most of the Hip-Hop world responded positively to the track, but one person who wasn’t feeling it too tough is Carmen Bryan, Destiny’s mother.
Bryan took to Twitter to voice her displeasure. “Just heard “Daughters” by Nas. What a disappointment!,” she tweeted. “He had nothing positive to say about our daughter and his depiction of her is false!” Peep the rest of Bryan’s rant, and back and forth with Twitter followers over at Bossip.
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