What Do You Think About Rap Lyrics That Call Women Bitches?

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4 Comments

  • Dj Cold Goo
    Reply

    Great video. “ALL bitches ain’t women”. Ice Cube said that too… so bitch
    is a word that causes confusion. Just like the word ‘nigga’. i don’t use
    them words unless I’m with friends and family having a good time.

  • corijei
    Reply

    It seems a lot of women don’t mind being called a bitch under these
    conditions. 1. If it’s in a rap song. 2. If another woman or someone they
    like say it. 3. If a thug nigga say it to them. Anyone else say it or
    someone they don’t like for whatever reason, then it’s a problem.

  • Alden Stallworth
    Reply

    One of the things that I have realize that black men are getting this from
    somewhere. You can’t keep looking at the student, but soon and a later you
    have to look at the teacher. I have heard women talk to each and call each
    other bitches and hoes. They call each other boss bitches. Most of the
    rappers do not come from households where there where father’s yet most of
    those men and women have a worse respect for other women. I say that you
    have to look at the ones that are raising them up. Can’t keep looking at
    the student.

  • Marcquez Parker
    Reply

    So what do you say to the women calling themselves and other women bitches,
    I think it’s kind of hypocritical like when black or “African Americans”
    call each other “nigga” but when someone from a different race uses the
    word “nigga” all hell has broken loose. I don’t think it’s respectful for
    any person with self respect to use any of these degrading words. But I
    never said everyone has self respect.

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