Lord Jamar on Biggie’s Gay Lyrics: I Didn’t Want to be the One to Mention It (Part 4)



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In this clip, Lord Jamar and DJ Vlad mull over some questionable lyrics in hip-hop, specifically those from the late great Notorious B.I.G. DJ Vlad even brought one of Lord Jamar’s own lyrics to the fore but he quickly dispelled the notion of his line being questionable by clarifying exactly what he said.

Lord Jamar also gave his take on Young MA who he believes is the only semi-poppin’ gay rapper. He believes that true hip-hop won’t embrace an outwardly gay rapper because it goes against the core of the culture. Lord Jamar doesn’t even believe a superstar of a Kanye or Drake caliber can change that.

Watch the clip above.

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eChoiceInterviewMedia BuzzNewNews | Published 7:23 amTue, November 28, 2017 | By hiphop
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