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Rich Homie Quan is Cool with Other Races Using the N-Word 

“I feel good, man, because it’s that kind of trap that we want people to do,” Homie said when asked about his take on fans rapping to his “My N*gga” song. “It’s almost like cross-over music. I feel good. I don’t really look at nothing by it. It’s good. You make music so people can recite it and that’s what they’re doing, they’re reciting the song. … I wouldn’t say racism is worse in the South because it was so hard in the South, I think people are very nice in the South now and don’t want to go back to those days. I’ve seen very little racism since I’ve been living.” (VLAD TV)


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30 thoughts on “Rich Homie Quan is Cool with Other Races Using the N-Word 

  1. It took me awhile to wake up to grow to come into the light but its sad some people will never grow will always remain in the dark I keep picturing Lawrence Fishburne at the end of the movie school daze ringing the bell screaming Wake Up SirJason L Olds now I get it but hey when you know better you do better some people still don’t know I will keep praying

  2. One thing I want to state is that my contrasting posts ( many people call them negative) are never in disrespect to you Sly. Like I said before I always play the devil’s advocate. You can say “RIGHT” and I’ll say “LEFT” just for the sake of having a good back and forth brainpicking. In a world full of “yes men” you always need a “what if” man. I have the utmost respect for what you’ve done and are DOING. Don’t get it twisted.

  3. I just stopped and have been telling my kids to erase it from their vocabulary you can’t expect other people to respect you if you don’t respect yourselves I totally feel what you are saying

  4. Thats how I stopped about 4-5 years ago hanging around 50-60 year olds who lived in the Civil Rights Era (which really didnt end until the late 70s) that word is very harmful to them and now myself as a man we should have some pride in not allowing it to be said even in a playful manner

  5. if you had a real convo with me you’d know I always uplift people. I may play devils advocate on Facebook but that’s to get brain juices flowing. One thing I can’t stand is a person that makes a statement with no education or foundation of WHY they think that way behind it.

  6. Same here. I stopped about 3/4 years ago. It came when I started hanging around older people that feel like we don’t have any respect for what they went through

  7. Words are a big deal sometimes as harsh as a fist that particular word left my vocabulary years ago even in a joking matter I donr greet or talk to my fellow brothers with hey whats up N..I say hey or what up my brother or if I am upset or angry I say that clown etc…..not that word though too many scars behind it…We are not the N word we are Black Men….adress me as such

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