21 Savage Accused Of Promoting Rape Culture On Twitter
by Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) “I work so hard I feel like the ladies [supposed] to f-ck me and let me do my thing it’s mandatory you please me for all this hard work baby!” wrote the Atlanta rapper on January 20.
Many of the replies to Savage’s tweet suggested the Savage Mode creator was promoting rape culture.
“Young Savage why you rape culturing so hard?” posted one user, referencing a line from Savage’s “No Heart” single.
Another user added, “This sound a bit rapey.”
The online conversation comes days after 21 Savage announced he joined Epic Records.
Epic is also the current label home of Rick Ross.
Four years ago when the Maybach Music Group boss was signed to Def Jam, Ross faced backlash for lyrics that were perceived to be advocating rape.
Rozay lost a Reebok endorsement over the controversial bars from “U.O.E.N.O.,” and the Miami native apologized for his lyrics.
I work so hard I feel like the ladies supppsed to fuck me and let me do my thing it’s mandatory you please me for all this hard work baby !
— Saint Laurent Don (@21savage) January 20, 2017@21savage 21 Rape
— Davis † (@nedjieh) January 20, 2017@21savage Young Savage why you rape culturing so hard?
— digital dash (@ayy_seunie) January 20, 2017