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CARDI B SLAMS JERMAINE DUPRI AFTER PRODUCER CALLS WOMEN HIP HOP STARS 'STRIPPERS RAPPING'
"First of all, I rap about my p***y because she's my best friend and second of all it's because it seems like that's what people want to hear. I ain't even gonna front. When I did 'Be Careful' people was talking mad s**t in the beginning like, 'What the f**k is this? This is not what I was expecting,'" she continued. "It's like if that's what people ain't trying to hear then I'm going to start rappin
She added: "There's a lot of female rappers that be rapping they a** off and don't be talking about they p***y and don't be talking about getting down and dirty and y'all don't be supporting them. Y'all don't be supporting them and they be mad dope. These bloggers don't support them, they don't give them the recognition, so don't blame that s**t on us when y'all not the ones that's supporting them." In a followup post, Cardi listed the names of a few ladies who have released creative and quality music without the sexual connotations Dupri referred to, including Rapsody, Tierra Whack, Chika and Kamaiyah. "I feel like we need to put these girls in more magazines and blogs. Radio DJs play these girls," Cardi said.
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Cardi B had a few words for music producer Jermaine Dupri following his recent unflattering comments regarding women rappers. Dupri, who helped Da Brat reach platinum status with her 1994 debut album Funkdafied, shared his thoughts about the current leading women in hip hop during an interview with People Now on Thursday. The So So Def Recordings founder didn't seem to be all that entertained by the likes of present female chart-toppers like Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, nor was he impressed with rising star Megan Thee Stallion. "I can't really say. I feel like they're all rapping about the same thing. I don't think they're showing us who's the best rapper. For me, it's like strippers rapping and as far as rap goes, I'm not getting who's the best," the 46-year-old said.

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