Once upon a time, V-Nasty dropped an album with Gucci Mane but she was better known as being the white girl rapper who casually and repeatedly used the N-word. While appearing on the No Jumper podcast, the Bay Area rapper still liberally uses the N-word, and defended her uncanny ignorance.
The “n-word” is back up for debate thanks in part to Suge Knight and Y.G.’s new statements on being called the racial epithet. TMZ was on hand to record Knight saying he’d rather be called a “n—-a” than an African-American (his exact statement was , “We not from Africa, we Black!), and a day later Y.G. weighed in […]
Hip-Hop has always been an accommodating and embracing culture. Lately, it seems like white women have been taking advantage of this trait, staking claims in the game and sparking debates about the motives behind they forays into the rap world. Miley Cyrus was no where near the beginning folks, this has been an ongoing trend.
Mistah F.A.B. lives by an “each on teach one” credo, even if one of the people that he’s teaching just happens to be a rapper who has been blasted for using the N-word. In an interview with The Well Versed and 2DopeBoyz while at SXSW, the Bay Area rapper explained his reasons for mentoring Kreayshawn, […]
Strictly for archival purposes, Gucci Mane and V-Nasty‘s “Let’s Get Faded” video, from their BAYTL album. That said, allegedly reformed N-word slinger V-Nasty makes Gucci Mane sound like Nas. Seriously, who is checking for her #struggle raps?
Gucci Mane – The Hood Classics Mixtape Some classic Gucci to make us forget that BAYTL album. The Hood Classics is a 22 track mixtape that reminds us why we mess with Gucci. Features from Jeezy, Flocka, Nelly, OJ Da Juiceman, and more… Tracklist & Download Inside.
David Banner Responds To V-Nasty Diss David Banner checked in with ‘Sway’ In The Morning and addressed a few topics. The main one being V-Nasty dissing him and the use of the “N-word” by other cultures. On her recent album with Gucci Mane, BAYTL, the Atlanta rapper’s Snow Bunny raps, “Got more bricks than houses […]
Controversial Bay Area Rapper, V-Nasty had a sit down with the good people of XXL. They discussed her project with Gucci Mane, how she’s been perceived in the game, and of course…Her usage of the “N-Word.”