Saweetie criticized for implying that 'misogynistic behavior' within rap is a new phenomenon

Saweetie criticized for implying that ‘misogynistic behavior’ within rap is a new phenomenon

After Saweetie tried to clarify something about the rap game, Twitter slammed her with accusations of acting fresh.

It all unfolded on Tuesday night when Saweetie expressed some thoughts she had about “hip hop culture“on the platform.

“Is misogynistic behavior normal for HIP HOP culture now?” she asked. “I guess so”.

Twitter accuses Saweetie of not being versed in hip hop history

Once Saweetie wrote this tweet, the internet had a field day calling her.

Most of the backlash focused on her, including the word “now,” suggesting that misogyny in rap hasn’t been around for decades.

Replies and quote tweets were memes galore as people threw shade at Saweetie.

Others have tried to call out Saweetie and acknowledge that she has sampled tracks, like Too $hort’s “Blow The Whistle,” that could be seen as misogynistic.

Some even accused her of joining the conversation just to gain traction for her new project. THE SINGLE LIFE.

The backlash included people saying that Saweetie herself contributes to and benefits from the affair.

We should point out that Joan Morgan, the OG “hip hop feminist” who wrote When chicken heads come home to restwas also mentioned.

Overall, though, people’s angry reactions dominated the conversation.

Was Saweetie responding to Joe Budden?

While Saweetie hasn’t spoken further about her tweet, we should add that it came just hours after she apparently called out Joe Budden on Twitter.

It started when a clip appeared of Joe beating Saweetie right after the release of his EP.

“I won’t listen to Saweetie until she answers the question for everyone waiting for the answer: did you fuck Offset or not?” Joe declared. โ€œThis is not the time for your freestyleโ€ฆ Push it back. You have been silent. There’s no need to come shake the table now. And did you fuck man or nah? If you’re going to tell it, then say it.”

Eventually, she addressed his comments on Twitter.

โ€œSaweetie needs STFU ????? ok joelisha.โ€

Saweetie talks about “violence and disrespect in male music”

Moving on from her Twitter situation, we should also add that Saweetie commented more on the rap game during a new episode of Kev’s Pirate Podcast.

He specifically shared his belief that because of some of the messaging within โ€œmale musicโ€, female rappers are taking over.

โ€œLA and other cities just goes to show that this is why women are running rap and hip hop. Why is there so much violence and disrespect in male music…

I feel like we need to raise the vibration with the music and have a good time again.โ€

He went on to add that there is a lack of “empathy and love” in many modern rap songs.

What do you think about Saweetie’s comment? Do you agree with the backlash he got?

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