If it ain’t white it ain’t right. Right…?
During an interview with AOL’s Boom Box, Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame voiced his true feelings about the type of women that get his attention nowadays.
What do you think of all these white people who like trap music a lot?
I’ma be real with you. Anything white people like is like … their grandmothers, grandparents probably was annoyed. As they grew up, that was part of our generation. And people don’t understand it ’cause they so old to the antique shit that the new and improved — like, yo kids gonna be even worse. My kid’s gonna be worse. They ain’t gonna go through the black/white shit. Like, they all gonna fuck around and just walk a straight line. I feel like it’s just getting better and better. How you feel about white women lookin’ good right now? How you feel about that? Do you speak black? Spanish girls is taken — no, used to be black girls was the baddest shit, you know what I mean? Spanish, J-Lo be poppin’ … white women are poppin’ right now, man. They fuckin’ poppin’. Imma just be real.
… Do you have any favorites?
Psh… Hell nah, they all look good. I like women. I ain’t got no taste.
Oh, you thought Waka was going to turn off his flowing faucet of ignorance with that little quip? Joke is on you…
Are you kind of a feminist?
Feminist? What’s that?
You know, like you’re pro-women.
Yeah. As in?
As in, you’re for women’s rights, you think of women as equals.
They are, though. Eve made Adam eat the apple. So they always … you always gotta watch ‘em, you know what I’m saying? But shit, women is important. They damn sure can cook, great sex, they will listen to you. They got all the fashion swag — women dress better than men any day. A woman, know how they want a man to look to be sexy to their eyes. So if that woman feel like that, gotta be a couple more million think just like that woman. You get good ideas from ‘em, you just can’t follow ‘em.
Somebody PLEASE media-train these dumb-azz rappers.
Waka Flocka Fans The Racial Fire With Quote-”White Women Are Poppin’ Right Now Imma Be Real” was originally published on zhiphopcleveland.com