Nigga, Hip Hop Is Already Gay…

All of this was already on my mind for a while….but peeping what Jay just posted motivated me to speak on it right quick.

NEWS FLASH! HIP HOP IS GAY AND BEEN GAY FOR A WHILE NOW!

I say that in the same context that Killer Mike said “Rap Is Dead” years before Nas copied and said “Hip Hop Is Dead.” We all know that there is still some good shit out there, so we can’t say ALL of Hip Hop is dead or gay. But, I will say, Hip Hop is more gay than it is dead.

My niggas, look at what you are being sold on a daily basis. As a friend of mines once pointed out, Interscope Records (and other labels, obviously) alone has sold us plenty of shit with gay undertones. Don’t get the wrong idea, I’m not calling 50, Rich Boy or Young Buck gay (although 50 does have his moments). But what’s up with those album covers. Say if I was actually a fan of these gentlemen. As well as WEEZY WEEZY WEEZY or the umpteen other rappers who insist on posing with no shirts on. Say if I had all of these CDs in my CD book. Wouldn’t that shit look more like a wall in a teenage girls bedroom? If you was to go over to one of your homeboy’s house and see wall to wall pictures of dudes with their shirts off, wouldn’t that raise some eyebrows?

I ain’t saying that every person who walks around shirtless is homo, but damn though. Sometimes when I go to the grocery store to flip through new magazines or go to the record store to see whats new, it feels like I’m at a male revue or someshit because all I see is male nipples.

Plus, we all know that the females this stuff is being “marketed” to are more likely to spend money on going to a show than they are on an actual CD. And while I fear sounding sexist, I betcha none of us know more than two women who can tell you the names of two songs outside of the singles/videos on any of those albums. So I ask, who is this shirtless Hip Hop really being peddled to? They always says sex sells, but they never say to what gender.

Beyond the subtle imagery, some of the content in Hip Hop music is evidently gay too. I learned a long time ago that any dude who is either overtly harsh on women or just pays broads TOO much attention is probably gay.

For instance, remember back in elementary school when some dudes in your class or neighborhood used to be on that “girls are yucky” shit and wanted to go build treehouses or hangout spots with signs that said “no girls allowed.” I might have hung out with some niggas who was on that shit one time, just because I wanted to fit in. Granted, they wasn’t doing gay shit like hunching on each other, but being around all of that unbridled testosterone wasn’t cool. Yeah, I was shy around girls at a young age, but that didn’t mean I didn’t like being around them.

If you look at Hip Hop over the last last few years, the shit looks like a treehouse with the “no girls allowed” sign. For instance, when I used to do club and party promotions with some of my potnas, we’d usually hire the homeboy to DJ. One night he played alot of West Coast shit including “Ain’t No Fun” by Snoop and Tha Dogg Pound. I’m not gonna act holier that than thou and act as if that song still doesn’t jam, but damn. Reciting the words to that shit with my niggas, in the middle of the dancefloor, with women looking at us…felt awkward to say the least. Sure, you can use the whole “they’re talking about bitches and hoes…not women in general” arguement, but that’s a tough one to believe. It ain’t like they’re making that distinction in the song.

Speaking of that song in particular, I once heard Michael Eric Dyson break the shit down. He said something to the effect that, “why is it that when you have a broad in the room willing to do what ever you want her to do, the first person you think about is the homie? Is that not gay?”

Another thing is the type of attention niggas in Hip Hop pay each other now. Niggas are very preoccupied with each other nowadays. These petty back-and-forth’s that many of us love to call “beefs” look more like infatuations. I mean, you really gotta have a muthafucka on your mind to go to the extent to which some of these dudes go attack and humiliate each other.

Any and every person I’ve ever had a problem with, I’ve confronted them head on. Not even on no super-aggressive shit , just on some “yo, whats up, whats the problem?” But these niggas now? Blame it on technology, but it seems like a diss record or ill-advised concert visit just ain’t enough anymore. Niggas go all out on some jealous ex-girlfriend shit nowadays, digging up the past and spreading shit on the internet. Isn’t that the equivalent of spreading rumors in high school? Ha, youtube/onsmash/blogging=whispering in niggas ears.

Add that to the devalued image of women in Hip Hop and you have a very gay subculture. Granted, is “just a cartoon,” but the Boondocks hit the nail on the head with “Homies Over Hoes.” Wow, just as I typed this my dude R.E. just hit me and said something I’ve always wondered but never put into words. Why the fuck, better yet how the fuck, is the rap game considered a “male-dominated industry” but we always seeing niggas with their shirts off. Something just ain’t adding up. Well, its adding up…its just that no females are in the equation.

As usual, this blog has turned into random rambling, but what do ya’ll think about the point I started off making. Do you think Hip Hop been gay? What is a book gonna tell us that we don’t already know or should have noticed by now? Do you think dude dropping a book AFTER being in the industry is just like how John Amechi decided to start talking AFTER he was out of the NBA?

p.s.-To the ladies (if you are out there) feel free to weigh-in too. Rap blog comment sections be looking like gay treehouse clubs sometimes. Your company is more than welcome.

  • bigsam87

    true true true!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol funny as shit but true

    • Ph.Diva

      Your use of gay is ridiculous…..if not overtly ignorant….

      To the millions of Americans who identify with the term ‘gay” as a sexual identity/orientation, your thoughtless comments equating hip hop to ‘gay’ is malicious.

      Grow up.

      • http://XXL TheGodJustice

        RE: Ph.Diva

        So I’m guessing you’re one of those people who still think that “gay” means happy right?? In that case, you just must be a little TOO “happy” then, aren’t you?? Loosen your tight personality up some please. Thank you.

        • http://XXL TheGodJustice

          Oh I forgot, GREAT BLOG ICE!! PEACE!!

      • Anonymous

        Now dats a gayass comment if i ever heard one. Dont preach your gay inclusion we’re all ignorant nonsense here

  • Iceberg Slimm

    I feel you on the thought of hip-hop being extra gay. I swear I say it so much sometimes, I feel as if I’m being homophobic. Like you said, it never has and never will be cool to spread rumors about another male. And this cat-and-mouse bickering shit is gay as hell too. If I can get on the internet and find out when and where someone is performing, can’t you?

    And the books gonna tell us who is and who isn’t gay. Here’s a list of a few giveaways:

    DipSet- From Cam’s pink fetish to Jimmy and Juelz’s Versace scarf wearing acts. How many real niggas you know where scarves, even if it’s below freezing?

    Lil Wayne- Imma just say it like this: when you’re a 25 year old millionaire do you still wanna be living with your “father”? Another point: would you live with someone you kiss on the regular and not wanna have sex with them?

    50 Cent: That GQ pic says it all. Plus he’s the ringleader of the bickering MCs.

    Chingy: Come on now.

  • B

    Damn, that post just made me think of Bol. But I guess that’s really no surprise tho. Yeah, besides the music, just look at the fashion on youngsters these days. Plain gay inspired. Or look at the roundtable on MTV’s “Who’s the Hottest Rapper” and tell me that half of those dudes are not gay. These are the people in charge of programming and other media… But then again, is there anything really wrong with Gay Rap?

    • Notoriousagc

      …your gay

  • http://xxlmag.com eskay

    pause

  • Og bobby j

    its one thing to see these rappers with no shirt singing some magic stick shit to the bitches…but its a complete notha thing to see these niggas doin it to try and look greasy….shits fucked…..like this country, rap is slowly deteriorating into pure bullshit.

  • http://next-thing.net/ P

    You dropped a lot of math. This over macho “bitches ain’t shit ” attitude is a sure sign of gayness. I mean fuck these hoe’s I wanna just kick with my homies??? Thats super gay. I like women love em in fact, sure I’ve met some chicks who dogged me and yeah I’ve dogged or used a few on the way to finding my queen. But all this hatred towards women is jealousy from frustrated gay dudes wishing they could be like the woman or come out the closet but their unable to deal with how they will be regected.
    They should just all come out he closet and do gay rap for gay dudes and stop this ridicilous charade where its standard in rap to exploit womens sexuality while lyricaly brainwashing a young generation in how to deal with the opposite sex. If you havent noticed while all these rappers have been getting rich preaching this nonsense we have a whole fucked up generation.
    Thanks Gay Rappers
    http://next-thing.net/

  • http://www.myspace.com/sinistahmoneybagz Sinistah aka 7Body Sin The Anti-Fraud

    Thanks Mo-G for this reality-check……

    i been stopped caring about album covers because alot of it is semi-gay and has been for a nice minute!

    alot of the currently evolving hip-hop fashion has been semi-gay, and i ain’t knockin dudes for embracing past styles of dress, but when you walkin round like ya wrist is the weakest part of ya body wearing colorful tight clothing, it is what it is, 2+2 will always equal 4 ya’know!

    the acculturation of homosexuality has reached an all-time high, and i’m sexually secure and LOVE that sweet, nasty, gushy stuff (pending the female was born a female), but i have nothin against that lifestyle, i’m just against all these “DL” dudes runnin round trying to hide!

    If you gay, you gay, just keep shit true to self and live ya life instead being fake ass niggaz!

    Peace 2 Mankind!

    but yeah

  • AJG Da Aviator

    all I can say in the words of Bishop Donjuan is “Chuch!!!” my nig, thats all. Thats a real post and in some ways you’re right but thats an opinion that you’re expressing

  • ri067953

    Yo, hip-hop has been gay since day one. We had the Sugarhill gang rapping over gay ass disco breaks. Yo, remember the outfits that Melle Mel and Whodini used to wear. Can it get any gayer then that?

    • http://xxl.mag LIL Y@NG

      Motherfucka is you stupid if pac and big was still alive they will smack the shit ouy of all of yall for sayin hip-hop gay yall niggas on this website is losing yall minds hip-hop is a style and back then niggas had a style like now niggas got a style so you can never say hip-hop gay are you bastards stupid man i got to tell run-dmc this one

      • hsappleton

        faggot!!

  • Don’t do tha homie

    Man,I feel the lining of this train of thought, but don’t get off track niggah???

    First, that Boondocks video was gay as fuck. Niggah was actin like “Do tha homie,” was supposed to be taken literally. Now, I was born in tha YEAR OF THA DOG, and that means I’m as loyal as they come to friendships with my homies. Don’t get it twisted though, I’ll neva pick’em B4 my wife, but definately over the here 2day, and gone 2morrow azz silly broads look’n for a nut-out.

    allot of you niggah’s game switch’n like have’n ten espn channels. Tha biggiest problem is niggah’s don’t stick to tha script.

    Simple equation:

    Wife/Serious girlfriend > &(not equal to)
    Tha homie > &(not equal to)
    rat/chicken-head/hussie or groupie

  • Gina T!

    I dont think Hip Hop as a whole is gay, I think that some individuals in Hip Hop are probably bi-sexual or gay. Its a thin line in this industry — I’ve met so many guys in the industry who come off a lil funny style to me. This book does not surprise me one bit – I just wish dude was naming names.

  • Air’em out, Please???

    Please say some names, so people won’t be confused? The ladies need 2 know 2, so they can stop wasting time giving the gay rappers all of their groupie luv.

    The obvious can remain as they are, we already know what’s up.

    Lil Wang & Baby,
    Gay-like they was sittin in a tree together.
    (We know)

    Lil Bow Wizzal,
    Gay as that finger point’n he do when he’s upset.(We know)

  • ill G

    damn nice post…very true indeed. Hip hop is so in tune with tryin to be “tuff” and the “i dont love them hoes” attitude, that if u step back for a second and look at what its become, u’d think it was a little gay indeed. How bout wen rappers are battling and during some word play they express how their competitor can “suck my dick” um…. ok?? U tellin a guy to suck u off makes u gayer then the guy suckin dont u think? actually dont think about it cus it just made me a little nauseaus but u get what im sayin. Then u got cats sayin sumthing, and if it sounds gay, the “no homo” phrase is used. i forget what rapper said it, but its so true, if ur not gay, why say “no homo”? I chill with my niggas all the time, play ps3, smoke out, drink.. but the second one of em says “Well im out cus ima go chill with my bitch” they start clowinin on him?? Great post, especially when talkin bout how these beefs make dudes act like a crazy ex girl friend, puttin all their energy and thoughts into writing songs….ABOUT A GUY!!! fuckin fags and fuck that when ppl say “theres nothing wrong wit it” cus there IS something wrong wit it, its fuckin WRONG! how is it not wrong to be gay?? just cus theres fags everywhere?? its still wrong fuck it im spent good post though

  • http://www.incilin.blogspot.com Incilin

    Best post you ever had. Yes a bit rambling, but for good reason.

    True story, I wanted to add the album covers to all my mp3s and found that shit pretty gay. Especially with the 50, Buck, and Weezy joints. In fact, the only covers I had that didn’t feel gay was the alternative Stankonia cover (the regular cover has a shirtless Andre) and things with illustration covers like Hell On Earth and Low End Theory. Shit was pretty gay and now my mp3 kinda does look like a wall in a teenage girls bedroom.

    I gota add, what about telling dudes to suck your dick?? I always found that shit mad gay. Dudes tell other dudes to suck their dick and that’s supposed to be a diss and then call that dude gay for sucking dicks. It’s just bizarre. The perfect example is “Dre Day” with lines like “Got teeth so my dicks got to fit”

    • ill G

      i think its “gap teeth…” either way i agree lol

  • grindtimerapgame

    i dont know… why are you gay for sticking up for your homie? and as far as fashion goes…its pretty homofobic to call someone gay cause they wear a lot of colors.. and all the shirtless shit..probably for the whomen… curtis ugly rat ass is a sex symbol, he wouldn’t be if he didnt always walk around flossing his steroid-ass…

  • BIGNAT

    “male nipples”………. HOMIE I JUST THINK IT’S YOU WHO HAS THE BIG PROBLEM. ALSO YOU FOLLOW OTHER GUYS BECAUSE YOU WANTED TO FIT IN. RIGHTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT I NEVER BEEN IN THAT SITUATION EVEN AT A YOUNG AGE. THE THING ABOUT CALLING YOUR BOYS OVER IS BECAUSE IF YOU GOT REAL PEOPLES THEY WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. YOUR GOOD PEOPLES CALL UP THE SQUAD WHEN YOU GOT A COCK HUNGRY HO WITH YOU. SHIT BANG HER FIRST THEN LET THE HOMIES GET THERES. THATS CALLED LOOKING OUT SHE GOING SMUT HERSELF OUT ANYWAY AT LEAST LET US AS A COLLECTIVE FUCK HER AND DROP HER ASS. YOUR BLOGS WERE STARTING TO GRAB MY ATTENTION AND I EVEN STARTED TO READ ALL OF THEM THAT YOU POSTED. I AM GOING HAVE TO HOLD UP ON READING YOUR SHIT SEEMS THAT YOU LIKE TO ROCK PINK FEDORAS WITH CHAPS ON WHOAAAAAAAAAA

    • http://www.xxlmag.com MGG

      Nat…pink fedora with chaps my nigga? really nigga? that image has never crossed my mind, sounds pretty graphic…graphic in the sense that you must have a specific point of reference to draw from.

      i had a long ass reply ready, but i aint gonna say shit because it started getting too long. but it looks like you misunderstood what i was saying anyways. so i aint gonna trip too hard.

      I just hope you know that getting p***y is most fun without the homies around…

      oh yeah, please continue to treat yourself to the rest of the blogs, thanks for reading.

  • http://hiphoponmymind.blogspot.com DJ Daddy Mack

    “If you look at Hip Hop over the last last few years, the shit looks like a treehouse with the “no girls allowed” sign.”

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL SO TRUE

    “Speaking of that song in particular, I once heard Michael Eric Dyson break the shit down. He said something to the effect that, “why is it that when you have a broad in the room willing to do what ever you want her to do, the first person you think about is the homie? Is that not gay?””

    I saw video of him saying dat. Its true. Oh yea. Running Trains is gay.

    Do you think Hip Hop been gay?

    Yes.

    What is a book gonna tell us that we don’t already know or should have noticed by now?

    Well, it will tell us who the gay Rappers are. The guessing stops here.

    Do you think dude dropping a book AFTER being in the industry is just like how John Amechi decided to start talking AFTER he was out of the NBA?

    Getting make that cash.

    But yea. You got a great post here. Keep it up.

  • http://philthmoor.blogspot.com el philth

    So you mean to tell me negroes hadnt figured that one out Years ago?? if you just took a step back and realized what was goin on we were being invaded and brainwashed by the GAY MAFIA..I suspect the shit started with puffy & mase and their fondness for one another(remember him and BIG wasnt the same dynamics) if any niggaz ever worked at a label circa 90-2008 you would realize half of the behind the scene industry players is striaght up HOMO’S not even closet types..yeah so Puff. Andre Harrell.. LA Reid.. all them niggaz infiltrated and brought that MO shit into the mix..now look at the streets being Gay is trendy with the youth ..chicks look like freedie foxx walkin round with super models and they lookin at you like “wassup?” then the tight pants down to the ankles?? loiue scarfs?? pink minks?? goddamn amerikka this shit is crazy and VH1 MTV BET ALL promote that lifestlye??? is that gangsta??

  • Juzzy

    This blog is gay…..

    U sincerely think that 50 Cent, etc who could fuck like 90% of girls out there are actaully gay? 4real?????

    Well……

    Would u be gay in their position…..HELL NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    • AK

      Are you retarded? You know that gay guys aren’t gay because they can’t get women, right? They don’t want to fuck women, they want to fuck men – that’s why they’re gay.

  • http://malteserubble.blogspot.com akmat nzamad

    Are the commenters on this post distancing themselves from overtly misogynistic rap in order to not appear gay? Fishy…
    Also, this line in “ain’t no fun…” is hilarious in this context.
    “I have no love for hoes
    That’s somethin I learned in the pound”

  • http://malteserubble.blogspot.com akmat nzamad

    Are the commenters on this post distancing themselves from overtly misogynistic rap in order to not appear gay? Fishy…
    Also, this line from “ain’t no fun…” is hilarious in this context:
    “I have no love for hoes
    That’s somethin I learned in the pound”

  • thegirlfromlongbeach

    Maybe I’m just paranoid, since my friends say I think everyone is gay, but hell yeah I think hip hop is gay! Homies Over Hoes was it! These rap niggas are like little women. Gossipin’ while dressed up in dangly earrings and bracelets. I saw this situation at the hair braid and femme wife beater a la 50 cent junction. Then I noticed an increase in male eye brow arching. They call it “metrosexual.” For real, why is MC Lil Shoot’em Up in the Indian threading spot with me? Im not rollin, Then they went all the way there with the skinny jeans and scarves. Rap ain’t that punk rock dammit and the two oldest displays of the scarf I’ve seen, were on Diana Ross in Mahogany and Sarah Jessica Parket in Square Pegs– both are female fashionistas.

    I think reality hit when I found myself visiting gay clubs (for work) and noticed how the places were packed with both queens and thugs dressed like their favorite rappers. I saw two fashion groups. Most were from the new Busta Rhyme (not to be confused with the old Busta)/Game camp–thugged out in white tees, New Era hats, the freshest kicks, etc., then the other set, the new regime, were on Team Kanye (not saying he’s gay, a lil cokish these days, but not queer). The sight of all these cats all hip hop’d out and dancing like an old Madanna video made me think, is this hip hop? This is what it’s evolved into? Then I thought, sheiiiiiit, this is what it’s always been! All this false bravado masking for real body boys. Fools are now simply getting comfortable outta the closet and at the same time, the outside is looking more like the closet with its newfound acceptance. So basically hip hop is saying, we’re here and we’re queer!

    • http://www.plasticsquirtguns.blogspot.com thoreauly77

      this is fucking funny. and probably true.

  • Tay2DaMuFuKkiNRay

    LoL… Shit Is Funny… Borderline Crazy… but Very True! I gotta use dipset as an example… Is it me or is that tight jeans and silk scarf on the head thing borderline homo?? No Hate in my Blood at all but I’m sayin… Cam startted that whole Pink Thing! WTF? 1ce Again I’m not a HaTa @ All… JUST want some utha thoughts!

  • TSF

    “I betcha none of us know more than two women who can tell you the names of two songs outside of the singles/videos on any of those albums.”

    that’s cuz most of these dudes in the comments section don’t know more than two women… period.

  • http://www.rockthedub.com khal

    real talk, niggas walkin around shirtless is mad suspect. i was walking home the other day and, yeah, it was kind of warm out. not africa in the summertime hot, but it was sunny, 78 or so. these 2 niggas got out of a car, both had saggy jeans on, doo rags and no shirts, with silver necklaces on. they trying to look all 50 cent and shit, but all i could hear was riley saying

    “daaaaaaaaaaaaamn… you niggas is gay”

  • http://4cryinoutloudentertainment.blogspot.com upjumptheboogie

    yep, hip hop is gay– in more ways than one. anytime you have a creative genre (of any kind) where it’s not ok to be vulnerable, you run the risk of being gay– as crazy as that sounds.

    without vulnerability, you end up being false, overzealous and overly macho– which is gay in and of itself. you also always end up isolating female fans and real folk who appreciate the art. that’s why all of the dopest emcees have at some point, shown their vulnerability (without overdoing it)…

    -eminem (in his heyday)
    -devin the dude
    -pharoahe monch (and yes, we’ve heard the rumors)
    -andre 3000
    -big boi
    -beanie sigel
    -bun b
    -killer mike
    -eightball & mjg (in their heyday)
    -pharcyde
    -common
    -blu
    -mos def
    -talib kweli
    -phonte
    -dead prez

    ….see what i’m sayin? all that machismo is very gangstalicious and quite unnecessary. (and yes, i’m a female)

  • Penelope Rodriguez

    I don’t know what’s been going on between 2006 and the present…All of a sudden people are concerned about homosexuality and homophobia…which is cool, because it is something that needs to discussed…Unfortunately, I don’t think that hip hop’s homophobia will be discussed at greater lengths because a lot of rappers won’t be willing to talk about it…Y’all saw Busta in Byron Hurt’s doc. “Beyond Beats and Rhymes”…nigga couldn’t even look at Byron, and Byron asked a clear question about homosexuality/homophobia…These rappers come from environments where it is not ok to be gay, and they buy into that shit, and it’s a shame…Hurt said at the beginning of his doc. that he thought about the lyrics of his favorite MCs and reached a point where the shit was listening to was objectionable and unacceptable, and thus needed questioning…I’m now at that point too…I wasn’t blindly following what MCs were saying, now, don’t get me wrong…But a lot things that they say warrant a “What?”…There are myriad examples, but for now I’ll take the “ken kaniff” skit from the MMLP…I don’t find it funny anymore at all…It’s made me look at Eminem sideways…Nigga was acting out all the parts…SMH…plus he’s bought into that idea that being gay makes one less than a man…But yeah…this homophobia/homosexuality/homoeroticism shit needs to be dicussed openly…Surely it’ll have rappers shaking in their boots…But if not now, when?

  • Celebration

    Props to the Golden State of California for approving same-sex marriages. Homophobia is so old-school, so learn to respect same-sex relationships.

  • http://xxlmag Kane Corleone

    Penelope said ( …plus he’s bought into that idea that being gay makes one less than a man)

    Sorry baby but if look at it from a hood perspect it does!!!

  • pajaro

    No one has mentioned those gay ass wife beaters that 50 used to where.the ones that looked like a training bra. I aint seen no picture of weezy kissing a female yet. And what’s up with niggas and those capri pants,beads in they hair.yeah herricane chris i’m talking about you.looking like a wnba player aka lesbian. niggas wearing the same clothes and colors as their homey at the club. women have always liked gay men,prince micheal,little richard so i see why all these niggas is trying to be gay.but they gonna be embarrassed when they get older and people see the pictures.So lets cut the GAY shit now.

  • http://www.yahoo.com Dra$t-iQ Alkoholik

    well celebration whatever your gay ass name is does that mean now you gon get a husband you faggot! yeah you gon call me homophobic see if I care but that shit aint for me hip-hop is too gay though with Kanye name dropping gay ass designers on every track and wearing fruity loops shit with his hair on his chest all showing and shit Weezy kissing his Baby-Daddy on the daily.man this shit is fuck’d up it was funny when em was making gay jokes on his albums but now shit is just scary,niggas making love songs bout each other and shit damn this shit is fuckd up and dont block ma shit it’s a free country and I can say whatever the fuck I wanna nigger

  • BORN IN THE NORTH, RAISED IN THE SOUTH

    I’m overtly harsh on women, but I’m not gay — I just don’t get alot of pussy. Maybe that’s cuz I live in Atlanta, where half the WOMEN are gay… As far as Hip-Hop, niggas are kissing each other. That says it all……

  • Fam

    You took the words outta my mouth…I’ve been thinking bout this stuff for awhile now, and its nice a blogger is shedding some light on this contradictory situation. New favorite blogger by a landslide!!!

  • http://wwww.philthmoor,blogspot.com philthmoor@gmail.com

    That Gay shit in itself is Bigger Than Hip Hop my ninjas we cant blme the music for making these niggas wanna take pipe and give head to other niggaz ??that aint cuase hip hop did it thats just cuz he/she is a weak motherfucker who succumbed to his/her lower self now they walkin round half dead thinkin that shit looks cute?? or cool?? What songs was these niggaz listenin to that influenced them??what video?? eventhough these Hip Hop niggas is sweetr than bear meat they havent Destroyed niggas minds to that extent?? Some shit happened on a Bigger scale to fuck the hood up like it is right now!! We livin in decadence as a whole Niggaz forget the fact that Crack created a new breed of niggas them Crack babies got issues Chemicaly imbalanced the food got hormones., MSG the quarter water & 40 ounces
    youd be suprised how much we dont know

  • FAM

    New favorite blogger

  • shannon

    The truth is this shit really is not funny, we have breed a culture where male dominace and misogyn is going so far that it is starting to read off as homosexuality…just like back in the day where you had women who was a lil to feminist started to look more like a lesbian and less like a activist, the same rings true for these cats in hip hop…and while im sure that is not the intent, im sure none of these artists intend to beep the gaydar (esp. the ones that really are gay)they are just trying to “sell records”, but the thing with putting out all of these random images without explanation is that the younger generation starts to actually buy into the hype starts to see all this stuff as real life, this is why you have solija boy on youtube, humping his homeboy when he’s happy to see him walk through the door, and four dudes now replacing the four ladies who use to dance in a circle at the club. Its sickening, and no body in hip hop wants to be role models, but when you shape the face of something as powerful as hip hop has become, u r a role model, but its up to you to decide which role u wanna play. And the truth of the matter is, that as far as women r concerned taking off a shirt does not sell a record to us, because if we like something we are gonna buy whether it has a couple of abs on the side or not, so what ever gay ass marketing ex, that told these artist that shit just so the can have something to jack off too, needs to dead that shit right now, cause that shit is retarded!

  • Merksmilez

    “show no love to a homo thug”… I am kinda wondering why you wrote this blog on how hiphop is gay n u being literal…. That there is Gay!!! But you have alot of points on that homo tendencies some of these dudes got… But Damn Didn’t everyone see that? Well I know all the real people did….

  • Jerod

    1. All this fretting over who’s gay in hip-hop, is really gay. Fuck it man, let ‘em be. When did all this shit become a popular topic anyway? It’s like… “hey, if these rappers come out of the closet…then maybe I can, so let’s talk about it as much as possible.” Seriously. I’m sure we can find better topics of discussion.

    2. I’m pretty sure that while most rappers be rappin’ about fuckin’ bitches and ho’s… just like every other man in the world… it’s just cause he ain’t found his Queen yet.

    3. And no, not every man who knows how to dress well is gay. And I know I’ve met gay dudes who can’t dress for shit.

  • http://votemecool.blogspot.com/ Ryan @VoteMeCool 2008

    Look N****!

    You ain’t said nothing but a word or two of the TRUTH!

    Its too many of us in the Hip Hop Game that appear to be “Suspect”.

    And….

    I say its a d*** Shame!

    No I’m NOT Homophobic but what’s up with this scene??

    Have we “Sold Out” and lost self-respect just to pull in the benjamins?

    I’mm say it like this, I don’t mind hanging with my hommies but I prefer my girl over them any day of the week Potna!!

    Peace!

  • HipHop Mama

    Maurice thank you for your thoughts…I have been talking about this for years, even mentioning it on panels when females bring up misogyny questions – “Why we got to be called bitches and ho’s?” Of which my answer has always been, if you throw a brick in the crowd and it hits you, seems it fits you…meaning if you act like one, it is bothering you that he is calling YOU that. Yet if you are a woman not threatened by that name, then they ain’t referring that rap towards you. We all know there are women out there doing those things and it’s on us as women to help empower them, yet only those women can change. HOWEVER and this is where I put my opinion in, the opinion you just shared – I think the real BITCHES and HO’s they are referencing are their homies…I mean those are the ones they talking to, hanging with and get mad at when they supposedly ain’t actin like a man or mannin’ up thus being a bitch. That’s who they talking to, the bitches listening to their music. PLUS all this gossip and beef stuff, again I said that is just to bitchey to me and agree with everyone here.

    I am not saying that HIPHOP is GAY…I still love her! Please don’t put it on the culture. I just think some MEN have let it get like this, real stupid. I hear it more in men in the entertainment business that all they do is gossip and talk about others way more than my female colleagues. Women are pretty practical we don’t care about the clothes you wear, the cars you have and all the girls you can get – well maybe women that need to be defined by that and feel you ain’t a man unless you got money – thus the gold-digger ho, yet men seem to be pretty impressed with that. Which makes me ask the question, why do men have to impress the men? Because that’s what makes you a man? That’s pretty gay – much like whomever feels runnin’ a train is all that – maybe for your dick at the time but with all the men in the room – that’s GAY. OK, enuff of this gay shit, all I am saying is the bitchass action hasn’t always been so extreme among men in the business and it’s buggin’ the shit out of me. I rather be with real gay men at a club at least for one I know they are gay and two we can tell what other men in the room may not be openly gay and perhaps curious letting my girls know to keep away.

  • Nikki

    As a woman who loves hip-hop, I have always felt that way. The hatred that some of these rappers have toward women just seem so unwarranted. Are we that damn bad or is dick that damn good?????

  • Ms.BodyShot

    To me if you are a “straight guy” you don’t give a Fuck about tha shirtless nigga in the magazine.You walk through yo hood and niggaz are subject to be around without shirts,you aint payin that shit no attention,hell if it’s money on yo block and the nigga you gotta get it from has his shirt off are you gone say holla 2 yo bank roll or say “fuck what he got goin on,or off” and get yo paper? When you pick up a magazine if you choose to read it,you’re looking forward to the hip hop articles that will be accompanied by a whole host of ass and titties that will be on display before,during,and after the article,then you serving your purpose for lookin at it in the 1st place.50 cent wit his shirt off aint gone make ME pick up the mag cuz I know when I open it it’s all video hoe haven,and that’s not why im peepin the mag, then I personally have to make the decision whether Im gone let the ass display distract me from finding out what’s going on in hip hop,rap,or whatever.Im a straight female all day,so the spread eagle chick on the front cover doesn’t make me blink twice,especially when I see that my fav. rapper is on page.25! In life you either gone make your on decisions,or let what tha next nigga do make your decision,then you officially have no mind of your own.

    It’s about choice people no more,no less. If you checkin for ass in tha magazines,then look at the ass,if you lookin for articles and the what’s happenin,then check tha articles,if you aint fucked up bout none of it do yourself a favor and dont look,dont buy,dont bother….

  • c. gabi

    Shirtless men on album covers don’t equal gay. Men riding on the back of motorcycles of another dude IS.

    The fact of the matter is that sex sells. Men like half-naked/naked women, and women like half-naked/naked men. I buy a copy of Cosmopolitan every month with a scantily clad women on the cover, that doesn’t make me gay. I know what I’m reading on the inside, and dudes know what the fuck they’re listening when they pop the cd in. Plus, dudes that keep up beef with each other are just lames and pussies. And there’s PLENTY of lame straight dudes out here.

    So, sorry, your argument on hip hop being gay is weak.

    As for their being overly aggressive and hateful/spitefulness towards women in hip-hop, I totally agree. I’m not sure if these dudes moms were grimey, didn’t hug them enough or they weren’t breast fed, who knows. But the fact of the matter is that we live in a very sexist society. It doesn’t matter if it’s hip hop or rock ‘n’ roll, white or black, down south or up top, women are, universally, mistreated and unequally. So that ain’t news.

    Next time though, try to stick to one topic. I think posts solely geared to either one of these issues would’ve been great.

  • http://www.myspace.com/guillitene Blak-dah

    to be honest i don’t think what you wear makes you gay..if you have sex with the same sex then you are gay or bi-sexual..so are irish men gay cause they wear kilts..get serious..are women gay cause they wear jerseys..clothes are clothes..you cant determine sexuality based on clothing and hair..somethings may look gay but then you are ignorant for putting a label on sexuality..so you tell me if that is so..can a gay man dress straight and act straight..but still be gay..doesn’t make sense right? so if nelly has no shirt on in a magazine and a lady picks it up and likes it..does it make him straight..what if a gay man picks it up and likes it..does that make nelly gay..get real..gay is not a style..its what your sexual preference is..GROW UP!!

  • Tarek

    THIS THREAD BLEW MY MIND

  • Booboo

    I also think a lot of the hiphop movement lead man to either not be interested in working things out with women and to straight up hate them – as well as it opens up a heaven for gay man to join the boys-club just like catholics made their church a “heaven for gay man” just like any religious or other alleged moral society that is female hating and holding women down is welcoming gay man. At least thats what gay men say and what would be their motivation to join the catholic church or hiphop. So yeah trying to down women for doing the same things men do is not only double standard and discriminating and not true and correctly reflected, it is also brainwashing men – if they “buy” the “truth” of their “prophets” in hiphop – into having more care and loving feelings for men then for women – which may help against men becoming unwanted fathers – but wont help them much to become mature and responsible for their actions and the fact that fertility is not a devilish female strategy but the natural results that come with sexuality among adults – who should accept that instead of blaming women for their problems with the whole familiy father becoming thing….