Houston, Texas rapper Slim Thug sat down with AllHipHop.com to clarify controversial comments he made about black women last week on his blog with Vibe.com. On the blog, it appeared Slim Thug was launching an all out attack on Black women. Both men and women need to change their way of thinking. Its hard to trust a Black woman [sometimes] because a lot of Black womens mind frame is that the man gotta do everything for her? he gotta pay for this, he gotta pay for that, and if it aint about money then a lot of them aint fucking with him. If thats what youre here for then I dont want to be with you, Slim told Vibe.com.In this lengthy explanation with AllHipHop.com, Slim Thug attempts to clear the air about the statements, stands by his opinions and even challenges those who weighed in, like Professor Marc Lamont Hill, to debate him on the issues. I didnt write the blog, they called me and we did an interview over the phone. If you go to Vibe.com, they put up the actual audio of the interview and if you hear it like that youll understand, Slim Thug told AllHipHop.com. They kinda made it sound bad too how they was putting stuff together. They made it seem like I was putting white women over black women, thats stupid, Slim Thug told AllHipHop.com. First of all Ive never been in no relationship with no white woman, Ive slept with a few, but that should tell you right there. Not saying Im racist or I wouldnt date a white woman, but I just never have so I couldnt tell you the difference. I said my brother dates a white woman and hes always teasing me about the shit I gotta go through with my black woman, Slim stated. What really pissed me off was the people trying to respond to me. If you know anything, why would you believe anything you just read? And for you to judge me and get so offensive, I got doctors and s**t calling. Whoever has status like that, lets debate about it, because a lot of the s**t I believe. I never said 'all' black women."