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Cardi B Fires Back At Jermaine Dupri Over Female Rapper Comments

Cardi B Fires Back At Jermaine Dupri Over Female Rapper Comments

"There's a lot of female rappers who be rapping they ass off and don't be talking about their p-- and don't be talking about getting down on dirty and y'all don't be supporting them", she said in response.

He noted that Da Brat was the very first female rapper to go platinum and eventually, female acts were outperforming their male counterparts, something that nobody expected. And in this case, rather than addressing the double standard that men talk about sex more or less nonstop in their raps, she instead pointed out the rationale behind why she and other women choose to rap "like strippers": Because evidently, that's what the people want.

Jermaine Dupri has just made a few comments that are sure to make more than a few people upset.

Afterward, his interviewers claimed that Dupri couldn't name a single female rapper who he respects right now.

"Jermaine, who helped launch the career of an original female emcee Da Brat and also worked with the likes of Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson, went on to say, "[Female rappers] are all rapping about the same thing.

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Dupri, who released popular money-themed party anthems like "Money Ain't a Thang", "I've Got to Have It" and "Welcome to Atlanta" in the late '90s and early 2000s, went on to suggest in the interview that "at some point" women in the rap industry were going to have to talk about "other things". "And second of all, it seems like that's all y'all wanna hear".

"When I did 'Be Careful, ' people was talking mad sh*t in the beginning", she reminded her fans on Instagram. "This is not what I was expecting, '" she continued. Let me tell you something. "So don't blame that on us when y'all not the ones who are supporting them", she barked. "I expected this, I expected that.' So it's like, if that's what people ain't tryna hear, then, alright, I'mma start rapping about my pussy again". These bloggers don't support them, they don't give them the recognition.

Cardi followed up with a second video, in which she listed a number of female rappers, including Rapsody, Tierra Whack, Oranicuhh and Kamaiyah, who don't talk about their "vajayjays". Radio DJs play these girls.

"These girls can rap they asses off and they don't rap about their vaginas and sucking d-". Megan Thee Stallion disproves that theory by herself, while Cardi is sure to drop at least one gem per verse.