The Truth About Rap Music Promoting Homosexuality And Encouraging People To Disrespect Women
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Okay. All right, this one is you can start with this one do retinues Do you feel that retinues promote homosexuality and encourages us to disrespect women. So you’re trying to get me in trouble now? As far as homosexuality goes, I honestly can’t say no, because like I said, I don’t really listen to any of the new stuff. I know, the old stuff didn’t definitely not like that was frowned upon. But newer stuff. It might I mean, I’ve heard people talking about it.
But I couldn’t tell you because I don’t know any of those songs. As far as misogyny goes, yeah. Yeah. I mean, it does promote that. It always has. I mean, and obviously, that hasn’t changed. I think it’s probably gotten worse. I think that especially with these debates that we’re having on the black community, with black men and black women, and trying to have them get along, and you know, you’ve got black woman bashing men, black men, eight, you know what, and vice versa, black men are putting down black women.
Hip Hop probably has a lot to do with that. And there’s no defense to them. So to me, I think that has I think the music has more of an impact on that part specifically because that doesn’t really depend on you living in a certain environment, right? I mean, if we’re just talking about black-on-black crime, if you’re born and raised in Beverly Hills, there might be exceptions to the rule.
But in general, you’re probably not going to do a drive-by. But when it comes to issues pertaining to men and women, it doesn’t matter where you live, or how you’re coming up, or the environment that you’re in if you’re getting fed that message that women are basically chattel, that women are objects or whatever, but you’re not supposed to be loving them or whatever, then yeah, I think that that becomes more widespread. And honestly, I have no idea how to counter that.
I mean, because that’s one thing I’m going to ask later in this in this, in this episode, like what do we do about this whole thing? Because it is so pervasive, and it is so pernicious, and there’s so much toxicity that it’s, I get surprised if I hear rappers say good things about women. I mean, it’s just the way it is this how it’s it’s just how it has metastasized to what it is now. And in that area. I can definitely see what you mean. Corey, when you say that it was kind of set up a while ago because the misogyny was going on since the beginning.