In an interview with Billboard Magazine, Miley Cyrus decided she was going to tell everyone her feelings on hip hop, and why she "quit" the genre. During the interview, she discussed her comeback that no one asked for, and when asked about her influences for her new single, she claimed that she is no longer a fan of hip hop, stating:
"I also love that new Kendrick [Lamar] song [“Humble”]: “Show me somethin’ natural like ass with some stretch marks.” I love that because it’s not “Come sit on my dick, suck on my cock.” I can’t listen to that anymore. That’s what pushed me out of the hip-hop scene a little. It was too much “Lamborghini, got my Rolex, got a girl on my cock” -- I am so not that."
Annnd this ladies and gents, is why we don't trust white folks who milly flop their way into hip hop.
Listen little miss Miley...first of all, no black person says "cock", what hip hop song are you listening to? That is the whitest of white terms. Secondly, you don't get to slide into hip hop, fuck rappers, put out twerk videos every 6 hours annoying everyone in America, gyrate around on stage, have giant black blow up dolls floating around your concerts, have a sea of black women twerking all over your stage while you put your fingers all over their vaginas and asses and then come back a year later and say hip hop is too sexual. Excuse me? Like you didn't spend the last 2 years of your career rising to popularity because of hip hop producers and you being as sexual as you possibly could?
Is this too sexual?
Nah, of course not, because it's a little white girl.
I would ALSO like to point out, that this shitty statement from madam Cyrus is very telling about how little she knows about hip hop and Kendrick Lamar. The song "Humble" has many references to sex. In fact THE VERY NEXT LINE, he says "Still will take you down right on your mama's couch in Polo socks". He's talking about fucking, Miley. So what the hell are you even talking about? I love Kendrick and that song, but how you gone say this song is better than all other hip hop because it doesn't talk about fucking, when the verse you mentioned is literally a set up to a punchline about fucking? Have you even listened to the song? Or did you just see the gifs and we're like "wow, I love this negro so much"? Fuck outta here.
White people like Miley love to slide into blackness and hip hop culture when it's convenient for their image and their career. They think it's cute and rebellious to be over here mingling with the nigs, but as soon as they get tired or want their white privileges back, they jump back out and distance yourself by trashing blackness. This is why we don't trust white people who decided to appear in hip hop, and this is why we take appropriation seriously. You don't get to jump in and out of cultures sis. You we're never invited here, no one opened the door for you, you just let yourself in and stuck your porcelain flag here and announced you we're now one of the hippity hoppers. No girl, not today, not on my watch. White people are a GUEST in hip hop, we can remove you whenever we please, but you we're never even invited in, so save all that bullshit.
For the rest of you, white so called hip hop artists, tread lightly. Like I said you are a guest in our culture, you don't run nothing, don't get to have an opinion on nothing, and frankly don't no one wanna hear nothing you got to say. Sit on the side quietly, if you okay, we'll let you rock. We never have had a problem sharing our culture with people who come in respectfully, but when y'all continue to be pieces of shit, we are going to have our guard up and make your prove yourselves worthy. I, for one, am not going to apologize for that.
So a swift fuck you to Miley. Your new single was a steaming pile of trash btw, and wish you nothing but the worst. All you other white folks, watch yourself and stay in your lane.