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The Three 6’s: Hip-Hop’s Bad Rap With Women

The relationship between rappers and females has been tumultuous to say the least. In the wake of Kat Stacks’ latest episodes—first with Soulja Boy and then this past weekend’s tiff with NBA baller Carmelo Anthony—hip-hop’s No. 1 villainess got me to thinking about some of the instances where rappers have laid out their ill feelings towards a particular woman on wax. In fact, I’ve got 6 Bad Girls to speak of, 6 Cautionary Tales about females, and then 6 Moments when rappers felt the need to just call a spade a spade. Keep in mind these are just some of my favorites. Sisters please don’t be offended. I’m just saying. —Rondell Conway


Caroline, from OutKast’s “Roses”
“All the guys would say she’s might fine/But might fine only got you somewhere half the time.”

Jackie, from AZ’s “Hoe Happy Jackie”
“Diamonds and furs is all she want, that damned Glamour girl.”

Tropicana, from Brand Nubians’ “Slow Down”
“She loves men that trick like Halloween and treat.”

Betty, from Too $hort’s “Blow Job Betty”
“She’s one of a kind, a hell of a girl.”

Jasmine, from Black Rob’s “Jasmine”
“Know that I’ve got Jasmine on my mind.”

Blah, Blah, Blah, from Biz Markie’s “Just a Friend”
“Don’t ever talk to a girl who says she just has a friend.”

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