Here's One Rapper That Won't Be Appearing On Bill Cosby's Highly Anticipated Debut Rap Album
The last time Fat Joe did anything remotely interesting to me was way when he and Big Pun teamed up together for "Deep Cover (Twins)."
Oh, and then there was that time on MTV's Spring Break when he showed his ass crack while performing "What's Love." That's about it.
However, Joey CRACK CRACK CRACK CRACK!'s recent comments to Complex magazine*
regarding the n-word has been raising some eyebrows.
C: As a Puerto Rican rapper, have you ever been criticized for using the N Word?* I've been rockin' with ya'll since day one but why are my issues always 15 light years late? I'm starting to believe that I would be better off going to the gas station and just reading different articles every time that I come in.
FJ: No absolutely not. Because blacks and Latinos anywhere you go in any hood, any ghetto, we’re right beside each other, and with each other all the time especially in New York City. They’ve been calling me “that nigga” my whole life. I go to Africa, and the Africans say “what’s up Fat Joe my nigga-ah?” So they don’t have a problem with it. It’s a term of endearment.
C: What about your response to people who don’t think like you or someone like Khaled who’s a Palestinian-American should be using the word?
FJ: I guess Khaled is a sand-nigga. He’s a sand-nigga. (Laughs) Khaled that nigga, did you ask the 36 black rappers that are on his album with him if they have a problem with it?
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