Yelawolf tackled the ever-controversial topic of the loose use of the n-word amongst White rappers in Hip-Hop. While Yelawolf has disagreed with Lord Jamar’s views on the presence of homosexuality in Hip-Hop, he does agree with his views that White rappers are essentially “guests” in the house of Hip-Hop, and should refrain from using that word.
Even though Yelawolf stated that he has grown up around his Black friends calling him the n-word every day, he has programmed himself not to say it out of his own mouth. He reflected on living in Alabama and how it is filled with cruel and violent acts of racism embedded within its history and therefore he and every other White rapper should show respect to the culture and not use the n-word.
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