With toxicity i meant the racist comments people try to pass on this topic tho.
Thats what im referring to. Posts like this lure the racists. They love to throw hate. Its pointless making posts like this. Im not shaming your question but im shaming the hate thats gona come with it
So you like wannabe gangsters?
@TienShenhan no. I like good boys who talk with some twang/slang/thugatronix or some shit
Okay, to clarify, your saying you want some one who acts like they are violent and act like a criminal but aren't really (posers and/or posers who don't have the balls to try to be what they claim to be), and who talk as if they have never read a book in their life nor had any intellectual inclination? Sounds like an odd thing to desire. Also, why would it be racist? Are you suggesting one race is more "thuggish" then another?
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*or seems like it. For most...
Yea u are right even they themselves sometime realise that with time lol
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Gay af? Can u explain that?
Because the person is pretending to be something they aren't And I meant gay as in lame
Being ghetto and a thug is not black culture please fuck off.
Man! That's some racist stuff u've said there
@BlckGrl Yes it is, well, I suppose you could argue it's a jewish invention for blacks to take on. The trads took off in black culture since the invention of modern 'gangsta rap.' Unless we're talking about oldschool gangsters like The Mafia, who weren't completely different in style, then yes, modern "gangsta" is an American Black adoption. That doesn't mean all American blacks are or try to be "Gangsta." But there certainly are a significant number.
@BlckGrl Excuse me I meant "were" different in style. This site should really add a edit button already.
You sound dumb asf my culture is not about being a fucking hoodlum. there are wannabe thugs and gangsters in every race...
Yes black people did create rap, (storytelling) it morphed into something else don't ever compare my culture to just being ignorant as I can make multiple claims of your culture that you do not have other than colonizing and murder.
@BlckGrl It is black culture, I did not say you partook in being a "hoodlum." You just admitted as such "It came from 'gangsta rap' music.And no there isn't anything you can say about my culture that is worse. That is a road best not traveled.I also did not say 'gangsta' or 'hood' is the only culture black folks have so don't go putting words in my mouth please. I simply specified where gangsta culture (the modern version) comes from. I didn't say "You" or "All" black people are thugs... you're making way more out of that comment than what it was.
Lol how? Telling the truth is "waaacist?" I'm an open white nationalist kiddo (Not supremacist.) I don't treat anybody badly who doesn't deserve such, and I do not think my comment was raaaacist at all. If it were I'd own it. I gave an objective opinion based on history.You're 16, you weren't even in the nutsack when gangsta rap blew up in the 90s. So if you think my comment is "unjustified" then put forth an argument against it. Not interested in Antifa dweebs, that have no functioning rational brain that can actually provide a coherent thought.
Targeting the "black" community ain't racist? U r calling em "reddiculous" bro. The question was about people who try to be like a gangsta not about it's origins.
I don't even want to argue anything about it i just wanted to know views of people and from ur opinion it seems more like u blame black people for all this.
Targeting community? My your parents teachers or must be wildly liberal. Where it comes from is just as important as to the answer. Because a lot of fools find it hip and trendy to emulate.
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