No I don't sag my pants or way snapbacks everday. I dress well and I'm educated. I only listen to rap though.. not drake rap but harder rap. I grew up in that enviroment but now that I'm out of it and actually have a degree and live in a nice neighbhorhood people seem to look at me strange when I bump in my car. I don't know why.
- Ditch the rap and conform to every white kid in a good neighborhood.. EDM BruhVote A
- Keep your style dude.. that is a part of your prideVote B
- You're 22 now.. over the hill bro.. time to listen to jazz and AM radio.Vote C
- Keep it modest and don't bump.Vote D
Most Helpful Girl
Rap and hip hop are great. I wouldn't think anything was odd about loving rap.2
Most Helpful Guy
Yes, Rap was created by black people, but it's not about black people, it's about expressing yourself, union, acceptance, voicing your opinions... Rap is a genre that shouldn't discriminate or be racist because it wasn't meant that way, and it saddens me to see people who say that whites shouldn't listen to rap.
I love Rap music and it's been part of my life since I was 8, and it has helped me go through lots of shit.
No one is gonna tell me that because I'm white I shouldn't listen to Rap. Do you think Dr. Dre thought about that when signing Eminem? Look where he ended.0